Logan Paul fans in shock after controversial YouTube star went skydiving and had 'miraculous' escape
Fresh from the controversy after posting a video on YouTube showing a dead body in a Japanese 'suicide forest' Logan Paul saw his life flash before his eyes while skydiving.
For a company that built its success on faceless algorithms to automate human tasks, this focus on people presents something of a conundrum.
The 26-year-old woman, who uploaded the video on YouTube, alleged the physician had even tried to kiss her when she was just 16.
Logan Paul has become the most popular YouTube channel in the UK for audiences aged between five and 16.
Concealing skin imperfections is now being ignored thanks to a new trend all about embracing them.
In recent weeks the entire cryptocurrency industry has been rocked by a shocking amount of hacks, cyberattacks, mistakes and thefts. Here are the highlights.
Emily Gipson claimed staff at Lebanon High School failed to deal with bullying.
"Mining cryptocurrency through ads is a relatively new form of abuse that violates our policies and one that we've been monitoring actively," a Google representative said.
Vlogger tries to terrify pedestrians with 'acid attack' prank, gets criticised by viewers on YouTube
According to the figures released by the Metropolitan Police, there were about 431 acid attacks in London in 2017.
YouTube has come out against calls for its content to be regulated in a similar way to traditional television and radio broadcasters.
I couldn't press charges against my ex who shared videos of us having sex online, so I launched the first civil revenge porn case in UK history - and won.
White Moose Cafe and The Charleville Lodge Hotel in Dublin have been inundated with negative reviews after owner Paul Stenson shamed a blogger for asking for a free stay.
The silly salmon challenge, which usually involves jumping into water, sometimes from great height, was started last month by Luke Erwin and Jackson O'Doherty.
Nick Joseph and Dan Rue were seen picking up a little girl and shouting "racist" remarks in the clip.
Pop Blast, YouTube account that made Shane Dawson paedophile accusations, has strange link to Logan Paul
Paedophile claims fired at YouTube star were part of plan to take heat off of Logan Paul, conspiracy theorists believe.
Google-owned video hosting platform apologises for lack of communication in storm of controversy caused by dead body video.
The YouTube star recently apologised for posting a video of a dead body online. Will we now finally start taking social media influencers seriously?
The YouTube vlogger was also criticised for his apology in which he claimed that he did not share the video in order to get views.
'Hey Goo Goo': This Italian grandmother's first interaction with Google Home is hilariously adorable
"Omg she's so adorable," one person said of the 85-year-old grandmother in the viral video.
Aaran Cadman, 23, was charged with possession of a controlled drug, assaulting a police officer and being drunk and disorderly.
Paedophiles are using YouTube as a shop window to advertise abused children and underage pornography to other predators, it has been claimed.
Monalisa Perez, a mother of two, is expected to be sentenced to 180 days in jail in February 2018, followed by 10 years of probation.
Weird news stories in 2017 included Donald Trump tweeting "covfefe," Theresa May's conference disaster, the bizarre statue of Cristiano Ronaldo and a black bear playing piano.
Animal welfare authorities have launched investigations into the incident that took place in Singapore.
Motorsports Youtuber Chris RS was filming a festive ride through the French capital dressed as St Nick when a pedestrian was flattened by a car that does not stop at a red light.
Madison and boyfriend Chris uploaded an innocent video of her parents surprising him with a car. The result was an unexpected onslaught of vicious racist abuse.
A mother who found her seven-year-old son with a makeshift noose around his neck says he got the idea from a popular YouTube video.
The 50-year-old man has been arrested after the video was shared online by an unidentified witness who secretly recorded the incident.
Sue web media giants like Facebook and YouTube 'if they don't delete abusive content' watchdog urges
Theresa May's ethics committee will urge MPs that web companies that fail to remove abusive content should face prosecution.
YouTube has released its annual rewind video that highlights the biggest trends of the previous year.