Jeremy Vine 'disgusted' with 'lack of values' of social media companies over stalker videos
Former BBC local radio presenter Alex Belfield, 42, was jailed for five years and 26 weeks last Friday after being found guilty of waging a campaign against a number of figures from the broadcasting world.
How platforms turn boring
How to tell when a platform is going bad.
YouTube’s “dislike” and “not interested” buttons barely work, study finds
Researchers measured the effectiveness of user feed tools
YouTube launches an ad-free video player for education
YouTube is partnering with a handful of edtech companies
How to save $20 a month on Hulu with Live TV this fall
Fall is here, and that means football is back. You can catch your games and save some cash with this deal -- which puts Hulu with Live TV straight into your home at a savings of $20 per month for three months.
You Can Now Listen to Podcasts on Twitter
Twitter is integrating podcasts into its newly redesigned Spaces tab.
YouTube to show ads educating users about fake news
The pilot scheme will run in eastern Europe to help combat disinformation about Ukrainian refugees.
Andrew Tate shares ‘final message’ after being banned from social media
Campaign group Hate not Hate has denounced the video as Tate’s ‘attempt to save his reputation’
Instagram makes it harder to share video clips to TikTok
The cheeky update won't let you download Reels with the audio.
Percentage of teenagers 'almost constantly' online has doubled since 2015
29% of the teens said they used social media too much.
Russian disinformation spreading in new ways despite bans
Shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine, big tech firms and the European Union moved to ban the country's main propaganda and disinformation channels
Willow Smith breaks silence on Will Smith's infamous Oscars slap
Willow Smith has finally broken her silence on her father Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars 2022.
Navigating a strange new world through tech.
YouTube’s latest experimental feature lets you zoom in on videos
Premium users can test pinch to zoom until September 1st.
How TikTok is shaking up the news | The Week UK
Social media platforms are the most popular news sources for British young people, a new study found
TikTok star arrested over video with alleged 'lesbian undertones' by Saudi police
Tala Safwan, a popular Egyptian TikTok star based in Saudi Arabia, has been arrested over alleged lesbian content.
Google's parent reports slowest quarterly growth in 2 years
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google’s revenue growth during the past quarter decelerated to its slowest pace in two years as advertisers reined in their spending amid intensifying fears of an economic recession.
Abortion: YouTube removes misinformation videos
Videos promoting unsafe abortion methods and false claims are being taken down.
Shopify partners with YouTube to shore up sales from content creators
Shopify Inc on Tuesday announced a partnership with Alphabet Inc's YouTube to allow merchants to sell through the video platform, as the Canadian company looks to tap into the growing number of content creators launching their own e-commerce stores.
Russia hits Google with fine for 'illegal content'
Russian regulator says the content included "fake" reports that discredited Russia's military.
Anti-LGBTQ+ 'groomer' slur banned on Reddit in bid to tackle hate speech
Reddit has banned the anti-LGBTQ+ slur "groomer" under its hate speech policy, as well as any reference to LGBTQ+ people as "paedophiles".
Netflix’s CEO is ready for TV to die
Reed Hastings gives it 5 to 10 years
Heardle Spotify move hits sour note with some fans
Streamer Spotify says the interactive song-guessing game it has bought is a tool for music discovery.
Google already broke its new YouTube UI on old Chromecasts
If you can’t sign in to YouTube on Chromecast, this is why.
Lofi Girl: YouTube sorry for taking down music stream
The hugely popular music stream is taken down after a bogus copyright claim against it.