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The foreign legion of YouTubers defending China

With YouTube videos “debunking” allegations of human rights abuses and diatribes on Western “conspiracies” against China, an unlikely set of foreigners are loudly defending Beijing from its ...

This photo illustration taken on 2 September, 2021 shows Lee Barrett speaking on his YouTube channel as seen on a computer screen in Beijing

TikTok reportedly overtakes YouTube in US average watch time

Short video-making platform TikTok’s users now spend more time each month watching content than YouTube users, says a new report

The TikTok logo is pictured outside the company's US head office in Culver City, California, US, on 15 September 2020.

YouTube's Partner Programme reaches 2 mn creators

Now, more than two million creators participate in YPP globally, including many who might not otherwise have had a platform, from tech reviewers to entertainers

YouTube's Partner Programme reaches 2 mn creators

Google parent Alphabet profit tripled as ads surge

Google is among the tech companies that saw use soar as the pandemic accelerated a trend toward working, shopping, socialising and more online

A sign is pictured outside a Google office near the company's headquarters in Mountain View, California, US, on 8 May 2019

YouTube's TikTok rival Shorts rolls out globally

YouTube Shorts, which is still in beta, will be available “across more than 100 countries around the world where YouTube is available,” reports The Verge

In this file photo taken on 28 June 2013 a webcam is positioned in front of YouTube`s logo in Paris.

Irrfan Khan’s never-seen-before film ‘Dubai Return’ releases on YouTube

Fans of late actor Irrfan Khan have a reason to rejoice as ‘Dubai Return’, which is an old unreleased film featuring the star, released on YouTube today

In this 17 May, 2017 file photo, Bollywood actor Irrfan Khan appears at a press conference to promote his film, `Hindi Medium` in Ahmadabad, India.

Facebook, YouTube unwilling to support Bangladesh govt’s calls: Minister

Social networking companies like Facebook and YouTube do not want to help Bangladesh if citizens are engaged in spreading militancy or misinformation, terming those as 'free speech', but comes to the ...

Facebook, YouTube unwilling to support Bangladesh govt’s calls: Minister

Russia moves to force tech giants to set up local offices

Russian lawmakers on Friday submitted a bill that would force foreign technology companies to set up local offices or face punitive measures up to an outright ban

Russia moves to force tech giants to set up local offices

Russia extends Twitter slowdown, warns Facebook, YouTube

Russia said Monday it would continue slowing down Twitter’s operations over illegal content and threatened Facebook and YouTube with similar measures

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