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The technologies that would make the web more participatory  Boing Boing by Cory Doctorow The early web was heralded as a revolution in participatory media where everyone could make media as well as consuming it.   Mark Zuckerberg explains F...

YouTube Face is "everywhere you look" on the site, writes Joe Veix: the exaggerated leering, lurching, laughing mugshots used by virtually every YouTuber seeking a mass audience, slapped on as the thumbnail for every last video. Taken cumulati...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdnTBOBGjiA It's been a year since someone hacked all 156 of Dallas's emergency tornado sirens, setting them off in the middle of the night, and the security picture for cities' emergency PA systems keeps getting ug...

Over the past months, it became increasingly clear that YouTube isn't the friendliest place for kids even with filters on. It doesn't just have a problem with vile videos pretending to be family-friendly content, but also with conspiracy th...

YouTube might have finally figured out a way to keep creepy, exploitative videos away from children using the YouTube Kids app: Human curators. An upcoming, technically-not-yet-confirmed new version of the app eliminates the algorithm that selects wh...

There's something oddly satisfying about watching things melt.  After a suggestion from a commenter, YouTuber The King of Random decided to see what would happen when he put gummy bears in molten salt.  The result: a volcanic looking blob o...

Minutes after a woman opened fire on YouTube's San Bruno, California campus, employees returned to the building they'd just fled to help police officers access the office. In a new statement Wednesday, the company praised employees and first responde...