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'John Wick' kicks just as much butt when he's using Nerf guns

'John Wick' kicks just as much butt when he's using Nerf guns John Wick is known for its incredible fight sequences.It turns out they are no less amazing when all of the real guns get substituted with Nerf guns.

Popular New YouTuber Also Happens To Be Virtual Anime Girl

Popular New YouTuber Also Happens To Be Virtual Anime Girl It turns out that 2017 isn’t only the year of self-driving cars; now, we have virtual anime girl YouTubers.She debates hot topics like buying friends with money and does Let’s Plays of games like Inside.

Even more brands have joined a boycott against Google over ads on extremist videos

Even more brands have joined a boycott against Google over ads on extremist videos Several more joined in over the weekend, including three of the UK's largest banks — HSBC, Royal Bank of Scotland, and Lloyds — and British department store Marks & Spencer.The crisis was enough to prompt ad industry analyst Brian Wieser to downgrade parent company Alphabet's stock from "buy" to "hold" on Monday.

YouTube issues proper apology over restricted mode censoring creators

YouTube issues proper apology over restricted mode censoring creators Following days of backlash over the setting, which many LGBTQ creators realised hides some of their videos, the video giant on Monday night issued an actual apology on its blog.5 percent of YouTube’s daily views come from people who have Restricted Mode turned on.

A Brief Breakdown of the JonTron Racism Controversy

A Brief Breakdown of the JonTron Racism Controversy Jon Jafari is one of the most popular gaming YouTubers, with the subscriber base for his JonTron channel sitting at just over 3 million subs.“Steve King doesn’t want his country invaded by people who have contempt for his culture and people!

Google finally gives brands more ways to keep ads off hateful Youtube videos

Google finally gives brands more ways to keep ads off hateful Youtube videos The company announced a host of changes to its advertising systems on Tuesday meant to give brands more control over where their ads appear.Several big brands have pulled their ads from the platform in response over the past few days, and Google was called before UK authorities last Friday to explain itself.

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YouTube is finally paying a big price for hosting hateful content

YouTube is finally paying a big price for hosting hateful content Some of America's biggest advertisers are joining their British counterparts in boycotting Google.The companies are among the first in the United States to join what's become a full-scale revolt among advertisers in the UK this week.

YouTube really wants you to watch this stop-motion film featuring a stranger's butt

YouTube really wants you to watch this stop-motion film featuring a stranger's butt For years, I've followed the account to get updates on featured videos, YouTube Red originals and news items.But on Wednesday, I was shocked to find YouTube's Twitter account promoting the butt of a "perfect stranger.

It only took us five minutes to find a big brand advertising on a hate group's YouTube

It only took us five minutes to find a big brand advertising on a hate group's YouTube Needless to say, brands don't want their ads being served on YouTube's most hateful content.Well: It took us just around five minutes on YouTube to confirm how big of a problem this is.

Potter Puppet Pals' 'Mysterious Ticking Noise' is 10 years old, so you're basically dying

Potter Puppet Pals' 'Mysterious Ticking Noise' is 10 years old, so you're basically dying If you're part of the Harry Potter generation, you probably remember the hit 2007 club banger "The Mysterious Ticking Noise" from Potter Puppet Pals.That video is exactly 10 years old now, so we're going to go drown in wizard angst over the passage of time.

Controversial YouTuber JonTron's Yooka-Laylee Cameo Removed

Controversial YouTuber JonTron's Yooka-Laylee Cameo Removed Popular YouTuber Jon "JonTron" Jafari recently found himself in a bit of hot water concerning a racially-charged political rant in which, among other statements, he claimed that Mexican immigrants are attempting to claim parts of America.He has reportedly lost a number of subscribers on the back of the controversy, and now, Platonic has announced that the YouTuber's small cameo appearance in upcoming platformer Yooka-Laylee has been removed.

Advertisers squeeze Google over ads running ahead of extremist YouTube content

Advertisers squeeze Google over ads running ahead of extremist YouTube content Buy our stuff, then enjoy this rant Google is scrambling to find a solution to a problem that could end up costing it millions in revenue.Big companies are pulling their ads from YouTube after reports that some of their marketing efforts were running ahead of videos espousing extremism and hate.

YouTube has just launched automatic sound effect captions

YouTube has just launched automatic sound effect captions Now the company has turned its attention to sound effects, with the aim of providing better access to ‘the richness of all the audio content’.As you can imagine, labeled ambient sound information is hard to come by, but they were still able to get a big enough dataset, the company says.

Give YouTube a round of [APPLAUSE] — sound effects are now auto captioned

Give YouTube a round of [APPLAUSE] — sound effects are now auto captioned For now, YouTube can only automatically label applause, music, and laughter, but those three sound effects were the descriptions content creators added manually over any other closed captioning noise.The latest feature builds on the automatic captioning feature launched in 2009 for text, but adds the first sound effects to the system.

The Pewdiepie Fiasco, One Month Later

The Pewdiepie Fiasco, One Month Later It’s been a little over a month since the blow-up surrounding Felix ‘Pewdiepie’ Kjellberg, and the Wall Street Journal report leading to the cancellation of his premium show.We reached out to Fritz and the Wall Street Journal, but they did not comment.