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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.
Samantha Cole
8.21.19
YouTube

The Real Reasons Kids Want to Become YouTubers

With the huge success of a new vlogging video game, 'Youtubers Life OMG!', we spoke to children and their parents about seemingly every kid's dream career.
Amelia Tait
1.15.19
Gaming

This Guy Made a Working Laser Cannon Arm From ‘Metroid’

The YouTuber used a 2.5 watt laser and a bunch of custom 3D printed parts to create a working replica of Samus Aran's iconic weapon.
Matthew Gault
9.3.18
YouTube

The Lonely Life of a Professional YouTuber

You might have a million subscribers online, but the trade-off is spending most of your time alone, in front of a computer – as WillNE knows all too well.
Joe Zadeh
2.22.18
respect

Five Questions About… The Dolan Twins’ Hyde Park Respect Disaster

Two YouTubers accidentally organised a fan meet-and-greet that clashed with Remembrance Sunday.
Joel Golby
11.13.17
Internet Exploring

We Made American YouTubers Say Why They’re So Into Reacting to Grime

Related: why do helpful Brits in the comments care so much too?
Matt Suckley
9.22.17
Safe Sesh

The YouTubers Who Take MDMA, DMT and GHB in Their Videos

Drugslab is a Dutch initiative we could learn some valuable lessons from.
James Nolan
7.14.17
Internet Exploring

Why Being Twee Makes So Much Business Sense for Music YouTubers

How acts who make a start on YouTube frame themselves as relatable underdogs – and the fans lap it up.
Alex Jones
2.21.17
Stuff

Why Are YouTubers Putting 100 Layers Of Make-Up On Their Faces?

"By layer 70, I could hardly breathe. My nose was filling with foundation. Was I suffocating slowly?"
Hannah Ewens
8.3.16
Gaming

The FTC Says Warner Bros. Hid Its Sponsorship of YouTube 'Shadow of Mordor' Videos

According to the FTC, Warner Bros. failed to ensure that influencers and video makers would "clearly and conspicuously" disclose that videos they made were actually paid advertisements.
Austin Walker
7.14.16
Stuff

We Asked an Expert How to Go Viral and Make Yourself Wildly Rich

"Chewbacca Mom" just made £350,000 off that video of her laughing. Surely it can't be too hard?
Yasmin Jeffery
6.13.16
VICE vs Video games

London’s Legends of Gaming Was Just Hashtags and Bags of Meat

We came for exciting video games and celebrity players. We got a personality void and bags of flavoured meat.
Mathew Jones
9.8.15
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