The head of the UK’s advertising watchdog has said social media platforms are “not as transparent as we would like”, as complaints about online ads spiked last year by 41%.
A group of female anti-knife crime campaigners have smeared themselves in fake blood outside YouTube’s London offices in protest over the technology giant’s “disgusting” attitude to removing violent content.
Stunt biker Danny MacAskill has said he still finds it “unbelievable” that posting a video online 10 years ago triggered his global stardom.
Make-up artist and Scottish YouTube star Jamie Genevieve has been served with what she describes as her “most fitting” award yet – a Tennent’s Golden Can.
A schoolgirl has become a video star as she helps explains autism to the world.
A frozen burger attached to a polystyrene box descended from space and landed at a League Two football club’s training ground.
Social media sites have been criticised over the speed of their action to remove footage of the New Zealand mosque shootings.
Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson has called on Google’s YouTube to follow Facebook in banning activist Tommy Robinson from its service as “a matter of utmost urgency”.
Activist Tommy Robinson has had his official Facebook page and Instagram profile removed because he has posted “in ways that violate our policies around organised hate”, according to the social network.
A cyclist in Scotland has shared a video of himself arguing with a motorist over using a mobile phone at the wheel – just moments before the angry driver rear-ends another car.
Sir Paul McCartney’s Carpool Karaoke and Royal Wedding make list of 2018’s top 10 most viewed YouTube videos in the UK
SIR Paul McCartney's appearance on Carpool Karaoke has been named the top trending YouTube video of the year in the UK.