The men said they saw multiple "No Trespassing" signs, but they "wanted to see the facility."
Wintour’s decision to put Kimye on the cover of Vogue resulted in hundreds of negative comments, including one that said: “Disgusting! These two are the epitome of VULGARITY. You will never recover from this low.”
Anna Wintour Praised Billie Eilish For Being Outspoken About Body Positivity After She Was Sexualised On Twitter
“I want to celebrate/applaud her point of view and activism on body positivity.”
The video platform said it was a "mistake" to remove the channels of Martin Sellner and another far-right personality known as "the Iconoclast," but wouldn't explain what happened.
The creators — who are all queer or trans and make LGBTQ content — say the platform is unfairly targeting their content for demonetization and restriction.
While Facebook vows to stop recommending anti-vaccination content to users, YouTube is still promoting videos like “You’ll Be Glad You Watched This Before Vaccinating Your Child!”
Despite year-old promises to fix its “Up Next” content recommendation system, YouTube is still suggesting conspiracy videos, hyperpartisan and misogynist videos, pirated videos, and content from hate groups following common news-related searches.
Before he was Blippi, a Mister Rogers for the YouTube age, he was Steezy Grossman, and he pooped on his friend.
Brooke Houts denies being a "dog abuser or animal abuser in any way."
Tinder Made A Sponsored Video With A Young YouTuber About Finding Dates On Vacation And It's Raising Safety Concerns
"This whole adventure of finding people on Tinder in Seattle and Portland has been so much fun," Summer Mckeen says in a vlog. "We recommend doing this, honestly."
Jackie Aina's newest palette included a shade called "Wiggalese" — which many believe is a just playful reference to wigs — but backlash, and then heated backlash to the backlash, quickly ignited.
“It becomes harder and harder for us, particularly going into 2020.”
Wedding content has been one of the biggest ways that mainstream culture celebrates white hetero femininity, so of course women from Elizabeth Taylor to Tana Mongeau have used it to their advantage.
The Creator Of One Of YouTube’s Top Tween Channels Was Arrested For Molesting A Minor. YouTube Is Keeping The Channel Up.
The arrest raises questions about whether YouTube is taking appropriate precautions to ensure its most vulnerable talent isn’t exploited or abused.
YouTube’s refusal to remove anti-gay, racist videos targeting Carlos Maza is just the latest example of a lack of action on harassment for queer and trans creators.
Sephora Quietly Pulled These Sale Items After A Beauty YouTuber Accused It Of Selling Expired Makeup
The retailer told BuzzFeed News the products called into question by a YouTuber were not expired. But soon after, the products disappeared from its website.
At VidCon’s 10-Year Anniversary, Influencers, Fans, And Brands All Seem Ready To Leave YouTube Behind
Get ready to feel so old that you turn to dust.
In a video of the incident, the YouTube employee's son pleads with him to stop and says through tears, "Daddy, I don't like this, let's go."
A Trans YouTuber Said She Was Kicked Out Of The Team 10 House Because She And Her Friend Were Not “Real Girls”
Lilah Gibney told BuzzFeed News she’s now being threatened with legal action by Team 10 managers for speaking publicly about the incident.
“After everything that just went on on social media, I just kinda needed some time to detox.”
"Brace yourself. Indian subscribers are coming!!!"
ASMR Teen “Life With MaK” Is Quitting YouTube Because Her Videos Keep Getting Removed For Being “Inappropriate”
“I don’t need YouTube to parent my child or protect my child for me,” her mother told BuzzFeed News. “They are not the government.”
Following a week of controversy over YouTube's decisions on hate speech, the platform's CEO faced heated questions at a high-powered tech industry gathering.
The company said this week that YouTubers could lose monetization for not just the content of their videos, but what's posted in their comment sections as well.
Less than 24 hours after YouTube said Crowder’s anti-gay opinions were allowed on the platform, the company reversed course and banned him from selling ads.
Maza wrote a viral Twitter thread last week describing the ongoing anti-gay and racist harassment he is experiencing from right-wing commentator Steven Crowder and his followers.
“I’m a history teacher, not someone who promotes hatred.”
YouTube Has Begun Blocking Discriminatory Content Just A Day After Saying It Doesn’t Violate Its Policies
YouTube’s announcement Wednesday follows a viral Twitter thread by Vox journalist Carlos Maza documenting the anti-gay abuse he’s experienced on YouTube for years.
The Parents From The "Prince Family" YouTube Channel Are Under Fire For Comments About Their Newborn's Eye And Skin Color
"She's going to have brown eyes for sure. ... I thought you were going to have pretty eyes," Biannca Prince says in the video.
“Opinions can be deeply offensive, but if they don’t violate our policies, they’ll remain on our site,” YouTube said.