The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) has a history of pressuring YouTube to more strictly moderate its creators.
YouTube’s “hate speech” rules have led to many innocuous videos being demonetized and deleted.
Snapchat has acknowledged the outage on Twitter and says it’s looking into the issue but as of yet, it’s unresolved.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam hinted that the country may start blocking certain internet applications to stop the protestors organizing last week.
Apple has long been accused of cozying up to the Chinese government.
Around 200 million Facebook user’s phone numbers were initially exposed online.
This is the first time American investigators have demanded personal data from users of a single Apple or Google app.
8chan owner Jim Watkins previously said he was keeping the site offline until his testimony before the House Homeland Security Committee.
This Deepfake Detection Challenge (DFDC) raises new questions about how these types of detection tools will be applied to memes and other types of satirical content.
The changes are likely to be far-reaching and impact gaming channels, family vlogging channels, and other major channel categories on YouTube.