Aiming to remove violent and extremist content from its website, YouTube took down hundreds of videos from the Syrian war. But researchers and advocates have pushed back, claiming the company removed potential evidence of human rights violations. Former U.S. Ambassador…
By PBS NewsHour
Digital addictions are not official mental disorders. But researchers see the same patterns in digital addictions as in other substance abuse.
By Lesley McClurg, KQED Science
“Sad Asian Girls” is a team of two Rhode Island School of Design students who wanted to carve out an inclusive space online for Asian femmes.
By Rebecca Oh
Corey Gil-Shuster covers the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a new way. He asks the world what it wants to know from and about Israelis and Palestinians, goes to the streets of Israel and the West Bank to get the answers and…
By PBS NewsHour
By Associated Press
Louisiana State Police say a Baton Rouge man was jailed for posting online videos threatening violence against Baton Rouge police and a former Ku Klux Klan leader who is running for the Senate.
By Laura Santhanam
Two decades after his death, Bob Ross is still inspiring people to paint happy trees.
The Associated Press and British Movietone are uploading more than 550,000 clips to YouTube that feature news events dating back to 1895, becoming the largest collection of archival news content on the video sharing website.
By Anne Flaherty, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Federal regulators are going after people who raise money online through crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and GoFundMe but don't follow through on their promises.
By Sarah McHaney
Entering a market cramped with competition, music mogul Jay-Z has launched Tidal, a new music streaming service owned by artists themselves in the United States.
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