Me, I romp and stomp/Thankful as I romp/Without freedom of speech/I might be in the swamp
Not all mergers are the same. The ones underpinning our biggest Silicon Valley companies are uniquely bad—and deeply un-American.
Is there room in the culture anymore for nuance?
Moderating YouTube won’t get rid of all the extremist content, just the stuff that doesn’t make money
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An alt-right YouTube personality trained his girlfriend’s dog to Sieg Heil, filmed it, and then put it on YouTube. Now, he’s been convicted of a hate crime, and could face jail time
Meme Wars: The latest wave of Chinese immigrants prefers colorblind meritocracy over victimhood-based affirmative action, at the expense of blacks and Hispanics
The YouTube star’s latest controversy is a warning against technology-addled solipsism
Elhanan Miller hopes to broker Middle East peace, one YouTube subscriber at a time
A self-taught YouTube chef makes babka, the Soup Nazi’s wild mushroom soup, and those lemon poppy seed muffin tops—with recipes to boot
The Google-run video giant is losing advertisers due to its inability to police its own content. Here’s how it can turn things around.
For years, YouTube has failed to distinguish between those who upload racist material and those who post and translate such content to raise awareness of bigotry and inform the fight against it.
Levi vlogs about body-positivity, her vegan lifestyle, being sensitive, and creating and maintaining happiness. What more could you ask for?
‘The Goyim Know,’ which blames the Jews for positive liberal developments in American society, is a bar mitzvah hit waiting to happen
As a Rhodes Scholar, Booker, the Senate’s most Jewish non-Jew, was captured on tape celebrating the Jewish holiday at the campus’s Chabad House.
The lyrics to the Israeli hit ‘Mi Shema’amin,’ or ‘He who believes,’ have been reworked in a hot new track from the militants, called ‘Uproot the Zionists’
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Says comedian’s video mocking the Holocaust doesn’t constitute hate speech
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