“I’m an American!” a young Russian under the username Neurolera exclaims in English on the popular video-sharing app TikTok as she explains how to impersonate a tourist to avoid arrest at a street demonstration.
Google-owned YouTube on Tuesday temporarily suspended President Donald Trump’s channel and removed a video for violating its policy against inciting violence, joining other social media platforms in banning his accounts after last week’s Capitol riot.
Russian lawmakers on Wednesday moved a step closer to allowing regulators to block internet platforms like Facebook and YouTube if they are deemed to have censored content produced by Russians.
Following the lead of Twitter and YouTube, Facebook on Monday removed several pages linked to former Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon, whose content pushed unsubstantiated claims of election fraud.
ABS-CBN has suffered another blow to its bid to increase viewership after YouTube shut down Tuesday morning (November 3) the channel of its news division.
More people are watching former Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. on YouTube. The former lawmaker recently earned his Silver Creator Award from YouTube after racking…
Pakistani regulators have asked YouTube to immediately block all videos they consider “objectionable” from being accessed in the country, a demand criticised by rights campaigners.
Venezuelan state TV president has slammed YouTube for an “act of censorship” after the suspension of the broadcaster’s channel.
Malaysia insisted Thursday it would not use decades-old laws to stop people posting videos on social media, backtracking on earlier comments that sparked concerns about worsening freedom of expression.
Creating cooking content on YouTube has paid off for this actor-turned-politiko. Ormoc City Mayor Richard Gomez is the latest recipient of the YouTube Silver Play…
GMA Network is relishing every moment of being the dominant television network in the Philippines after ABS-CBN was shut down last week because its franchise expired.
From Senator, Antonio Trillanes IV is now a vlogger He has launched on YouTube “Trillanes Explains” or TRx
YouTube said Monday it would remove election-related videos that are “manipulated or doctored” to mislead voters, as part of its efforts to stem online misinformation.
Youth-friendly TikTok on Friday said it won’t allow political ads because they would clash with the “light-hearted” feeling at the social network where people share playful video snippets.
Senator Leila De Lima has asked Google Philippines to take down fake videos on its subsidiary, Youtube, which she said are being spread aggressively by “sinister groups.”
Power couple Francis Escudero and Heart Evangelista are adorable together in their latest YouTube video, The former senator and now Sorsogon governor appeared on his wife’s YouTube channel sharing his words of wisdom
A homegrown Vietnamese social media app was overloaded with users hours after launching as the one-party state tries to boost its own web platforms while tightening its grip on internet freedoms.
Presidential daughter Kitty Duterte is not bisexua She clarified this in a vlog interview posted by KingKyra on YouTube
An Indonesian university is offering would-be students a novel way to gain admission to the faculty — become a YouTube star first.
YouTube announced Wednesday it would ban videos promoting or glorifying racism and discrimination as well as those denying well-documented violent events, like the Holocaust or the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting.
An official of the House of Representatives said the management of social media platforms Facebook and YouTube might face possible charges in connection with the alleged slanderous video “Ang Totoong Narcolist.”
India’s election watchdog says it has forced Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to take down hundreds of posts during the country’s election but experts say it is just a drop in an ocean of misinformation that has engulfed voters.
PROSPERIDAD, Agusan del Sur – Former Special Assistant to the President (SAP) Christopher Go said he respects the decision of former Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte not to reveal his back tattoo, which his accusers claimed would link him to drug syndicates.
Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte believed that the slanderous videos circulating in YouTube was not directed to destroy her father but rather to weaken her image since the personalities being tagged there are directly connected to her.