Facebook, Twitter, YouTube to share terrorist content database

Internet giants Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and YouTube plan to develop a shared database of deleted content deemed to promote terrorism.

Dotcom’s extradition appeal streamed live on YouTube from New Zealand

Kim Dotcom’s appeal against extradition to the United States began streaming on YouTube on Wednesday, the first ever New Zealand court case to be broadcast live on the internet.

Dotcom’s extradition appeal to be streamed on YouTube

Kim Dotcom’s appeal against extradition to the US to face charges of copyright infringement is to be streamed on YouTube from the Auckland High Court, a judge ruled Tuesday.

Infographic reveals what happens in one single second on the Internet

How many posts per second do users "like" on Facebook? How many hours worth of YouTube videos do people watch worldwide?

YouTube back on in Pakistan three years after blasphemy suspension

Video-sharing website YouTube is available again in Pakistan, more than three years after it was suspended following violent protests related to a short video deemed insulting to the Muslim...

Turkey fines Twitter for refusing to remove controversial content

According to Anadolu, it is the first time that the BTK has imposed sanctions on a social media provider.