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YouTube

YouTube is a video-sharing service owned by Google founded in 2005 by Steve Chen, Jawed Karim, Chad Hurley, Jitin Saluja, Nichole Mace, Lauren Parrott, Arsh Kharbanda, Eli Ruben and Stephanie Doan.

Mission Statement

YouTube states that their mission is to "give everyone a voice and show them the world."





Timeline

September 19, 2019

YouTube announces sweeping changes to its verification system.

September 19, 2019

YouTube announces sweeping changes to its verification system.

June 18, 2019

YouTube announces that it was reducing its recommendations for borderline videos featuring minors in risky situations.



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Aaron Lee

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Aaron Smith

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Aarushi Jain

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Aashna Deepak Patil

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abbie lauren parker

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Abdi Timer

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Abdul AL-Kadiri

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Abeer Khan

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Abhijeet Chauhan

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Abhisek Roy

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Adam Herscher

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Adam Milner

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Adam Sommer

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Adarsh Menon

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Addie Rock

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Adi Iyer

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Aditi Katbamna

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Adrian D'Souza

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Ahmed Marley

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Ahmed Mrad

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Aiqi Liu

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AJ Crane

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Ajayveer Saini

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AKANKSHA HOLANI

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Akanksha Kalra

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By Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline
January 27, 2020
Mail Online
YouTube has been trying to break into the global eSports market for months as Amazon-owned Twitch dominates the market for live streaming of computer games.
Tom Li
January 27, 2020
IT Business
Hashtag Today is about big brother watching over UK citizens, YouTube moderators allegedly being forced into acknowledging PTSD as a health hazard, and the
Bouchra Ouatik
January 24, 2020
Radio-Canada.ca
Longtemps critiqués pour leur inaction, les géants du web commencent à agir contre la désinformation.
Vic Hood
January 26, 2020
TechRadar India
That 'leaked' video of the PS5's start-up sequence isn't the real deal.
BBC News
January 25, 2020
BBC News
Activision Blizzard esports leagues are moving from Twitch to YouTube.
IANS
January 25, 2020
The Hindu
Global professional services firm Accenture which provides content moderators for big tech firms has asked its moderators to sign a form, explicitly acknowledging that their job could cause post-traumatic stress disorder.
Kari Paul
January 24, 2020
the Guardian
YouTube is not the only platform facing workplace hazards. Many of the workers who moderate content for Facebook have reported harmful psychological effects. Photograph: Igor Stevanovic/Alamy
Jason Cartwright
January 24, 2020
techAU
Delivering the best of technology news from Australia and around the globe since 2006.
By James Pero For Dailymail.com
January 24, 2020
Mail Online
The waiver is the most overt acknowledgement that moderation jobs, which involve watching distributing videos that often depict violence and pedophilia, can often lead to PTSD.
Jason Cartwright
January 23, 2020
techAU
Delivering the best of technology news from Australia and around the globe since 2006.
Alex Hern Technology editor
January 22, 2020
the Guardian
Children's privacy must not be traded in the chase for profit, the information commissioner has warned. Photograph: Dan Peled/AAP
January 20, 2020
Geekologie
Note: Gif is from the Psychostick cover. With everyone excited about a Top Gun sequel coming out, musicians Dan Vasc and Victor The Guitar Nerd decided to perform a metal cover of Kenny Loggins' get amped classic 'Danger Zone'....
DNA Web Team
January 20, 2020
DNA India
YouTube sensation PewDiePie quits YouTube & this time 'it's real' - The video was uploaded on January 15th with the caption 'It's been real, but I'm out!'
January 19, 2020
News18
Clearview AI, a little-known startup, helps law enforcement match photos of unknown people to their online images scraped from Facebook, YouTube, Venmo and millions of other websites.
Ciara Nugent
January 16, 2020
Time
YouTube's "up next" feature has been recommending videos containing climate misinformation, according to a Jan. 16 report by Avaaz
Michelle Ehrhardt
January 15, 2020
Geek.com
Late last week, we covered a recent Star Wars leak about the alleged setting for Disney's next Star Wars film series, the High Republic. But it seems leakers aren't quite done with the ...
Trevor Quirk
January 15, 2020
Wired
Steven Bonnell, known online as Destiny, has made a business of picking fights with alt-right carnival barkers and other partisan provocateurs.
Cherie Hu
January 14, 2020
NPR.org
Two reports released recently shine a light on the decade-long trends shaping our relationships to listening, from the dominance of video to the vinyl "boom" that isn't quite.
Gordon Mah Ung, Alaina Yee, Adam Patrick Murray
January 14, 2020
PCWorld
The Full Nerd crew talk AMD 4000 and Threadripper news, Intel's discrete graphics and list the most exciting hardware at CES 2020
Jason Cartwright
January 14, 2020
techAU
Delivering the best of technology news from Australia and around the globe since 2006.
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