The Bizarre Phenomenon of Subliminal YouTube Videos
Millions of people think watching "subliminals" will make them grow taller and manifest money, but some say YouTubers are hiding dark messages in their videos.
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I Watch Serena Williams Work Her Ass Off to Do Literally Any of My Own Work
If she can win 23 Grand Slam titles, perhaps I can sit down to write, say, 1,000 words.
Is Online Piracy an Art Form?
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, also the defining aesthetic of our times, probably.
When Vegan Influencers Quit Being Vegan, the Backlash Can Be Brutal
Popular YouTubers like Rawvana and Bonny Rebecca gave up veganism to save their health. But the fallout from their fans has been immense.
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I'm a Celebrity... Get Me on YouTube!
Over the past 20 or so months, some of the biggest stars in the world have turned to something people do to get famous in the first place: vlogging.
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Songs in India’s ‘Patriotism Pop’ Genre Are Urging Hindus to Claim Kashmir
Songs about marrying Kashmiri women and buying land there are gathering millions of hits on YouTube and TikTok.
YouTube Just Kicked Hundreds of Chinese Propaganda Channels Offline
But Hong Kongers warn that there are still plenty of YouTube channels that push Beijing's anti-protest narrative and spread misinformation.
Your Beauty Habit Is Destroying the Environment
These makeup artists and influencers want the cosmetics industry to start changing before we're buried in tonnes of plastic.
YouTube Removed Videos of Robots Fighting, Calling it Animal Abuse
Several Battlebots videos were taken down in the least few days, with YouTube citing animal cruelty policies.
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Japanese Boys’ Top Career Choice Is Professional YouTuber, New Survey Finds
YouTube creator did not make it to the list of top choices for young Japanese girls.
Cigarette Reviewers on YouTube Smoke So You Don't Have To
“I’m committed, not addicted."
Facebook and YouTube Are Failing to Detect Terrorist Content in Arabic
"Jihadists are aware that Arabic, in addition to considering it a sacred language, provides a linguistic firewall which their adversaries find difficult to penetrate."