The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has also ordered the blocking of two Instagram accounts, two Twitter accounts, two websites and a Facebook account
The likeable children’s song that made an entry on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart earlier, now managed to create another rare milestone by making it the most-viewed video in YouTube’s history.
Several accounts on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook banned for spreading 'fake and inciting' content: Centre
IT Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar said owners of such accounts are being identified for action under the law, and asserted that platforms will be reviewed on their due diligence
How village cooking channels on YouTube blend the traditional and the modern, my simple past with the digital future
During lockdown, when many of us were cooped up at home and in front of our computers, this was an escape into the world we had left behind. A world we never thought we would have to stay away from.
The Tinley family, which resides in a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Australia, are used to seeing such creepy insects and animals. However, this incident proved a bit too much for them.
Police had registered the case against Maridhas under different sections of IPC including promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence
Despite people calling out her mistakes in the comment section, Hillary has continued to post follow-up video with her ‘face massaging’ tool
The son screams and jumps out of fear when he sees his father in the costume
While users will still be able to like a dislike a YouTube video, the dislikes received by a video will be visible only to the creator.
The current monetary value of India’s music industry, according to Vikram Mehra, the managing director of Saregama and the current chairman of trade body the Indian Music Industry, stands at Rs 1,300 to Rs 1,500 crore.
While a recent whistleblower-fueled controversy has focused on Facebook's knowledge that its sites could cause harm, other social media giants also grapple with safety issues
Google parent Alphabet posts profit over $18 billion in third quarter; Twitter suffers $537 million loss
From July to September, its video service sold $7.2 billion of advertising space targeted according to content and users, against $5 billion in the same period last year, according to Alphabet
The claim was among the most bizarre that the Brazilian president, who contracted the virus last year and remains unvaccinated, has made about immunisation against the coronavirus to date.
Individuals using smartphones running Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread or older will no longer be able to access Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps on their devices.
YouTube aims to stop rising tide of COVID misinformation, vaccine hesitancy by cracking down on false claims
YouTube said in a blog post, “We’ve steadily seen false claims about the coronavirus vaccines spill over into misinformation about vaccines in general..."
Interspersing English and Korean lyrics, this love song sees the Asian K-Pop singing phenomena hold their own as Chris Martin-led Coldplay bring their distinct brand of grand pop-rock to the experience.
YouTube for Android and iOS users will be able to see a new "Translate" button below each comment on a video.
As R Kelly undergoes trial for sexual exploitation, analysing how his music has been affected by what critics call 'social death'
The broadcast of Lifetime documentary series Surviving R. Kelly led to the R&B singer's "social death," in which corporations and everyday members of society — exercise instructors, Uber drivers, backyard barbecue DJs — make a collective decision to stop embracing an artist.
In Sukki Menon's success as a burlesque performer, lessons about the value the art form can add to women's lives
The word burlesque literally means "to poke fun at," Menon explains, making the dance both a performance as well as a parody.
On Simsim, people make video reviews of products by various small businesses and post them for others to see.