With 200,000 followers on Twitch and millions of YouTube views, Kitboga is known for “scambaiting” tech support scammers.
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The Scottish national asked for help to pay legal costs following a conviction for posting the "deeply offensive" video.
The garlic bread was sent into the stratosphere attached to a weather balloon.
YouTube said it removed more than 8 million videos between October and December 2017.
YouTube reportedly ran ads linked to Facebook, Amazon and even the U.S. government on extremist channels.
Staffers have been dealing with threats for years from creators not happy with changes.
A coalition of rights groups has filed a legal complaint against the Google-owned video platform.
The suspect was photographed at a PETA demonstration, but she doesn't appear to have any strong connection to animal rights or welfare organizations.
Three people are being treated for gunshot-related injuries and a potential suspect is dead after an active shooter situation at YouTube's San Bruno, California headquarters.
“Fortnite” streamer Ninja can’t escape controversy. After his recent use of the N word and allegations of sub botting, viewers wonder if a lawsuit may be ahead.
People erroneously accused the site of violating the Second Amendment as a result.
YouTube recently pledged to hire 10,000 new employees to monitor the platform.
The Alex Jones Channel was recently hit with YouTube content strikes.
About one-third of parents also felt addicted to their devices.
The video, prompted by the revelations of a model, is under threat of being removed from other sites by authorities.
You can't watch them all, but there are many online.