YouTube has banned several high profile white supremacist channels as online platforms face intense scrutiny on how they deal with racism and hate speech.
People who rely on social media for information about coronavirus are more likely to believe conspiracy theories and breach lockdown rules, according to a study.
NHS medical staff have revealed how coronavirus misinformation is having a direct impact on their work and called on tech giants to do more to tackle the issue.
An Aberdeen woman has created a virtual "Boogie in yer Living Room", which promises to keep people dancing during the lockdown.
More than one in four of the most viewed videos related to coronavirus on YouTube contains misleading or inaccurate information, a study suggests.
The spread of misinformation during the coronavirus pandemic “risks lives” and tech giants are being pushed to do more to stop it, ministers have told MPs.
Gillian Anderson and Tom Hiddleston will star in the next tranche of plays to be streamed by the National Theatre – as bosses announced they will pay artists involved.
YouTube have deleted conspiracy theorist David Icke’s account.
YouTube star Saffron Barker has said that lockdown has made her “fitter than ever”.
The cast of classic 1990s soap Melrose Place will reunite for a special episode to support actors affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
A singalong version of The Beatles’ animated film Yellow Submarine is set to air this weekend.
A quiz master who has raised almost £100,000 for the NHS by running a virtual pub quiz on YouTube says the response has been “overwhelming”.
A headteacher has saluted her pupils’ achievements while on lockdown – by making a special video.
Fitness coach Joe Wicks has said he is donating “every single penny” of the money made by his online PE sessions to the NHS.
Coronavirus: Scottish Government team up with national youth group to create new information service
The Scottish Government has teamed up with a national youth information service to provide young people with reliable coronavirus information.
National Theatre productions are heading to YouTube after the institution was forced to close.
YouTube has joined Netflix in agreeing to limit video stream quality in an effort to ease pressure on internet providers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Tweets which promote fake treatments for the coronavirus or deny expert guidance will be marked as harmful and removed, the social network site said.
Facebook and Google are among the technology firms that have joined forces to protect and inform people during the coronavirus outbreak.
YouTube star KSI has said he is more nervous about performing on live TV than he was boxing in front of an audience of millions.
An American man who said he wanted to fly to the edge of outer space to see if the world is round has died after his home-built rocket blasted off into the desert sky before plunging back down to earth.
Justin Bieber has spoken candidly about his drug use and revealed he feared it would kill him.
Divisive EU copyright reforms that could affect the likes of YouTube will not be adopted in the UK, a Government minister has said.
YouTube faces an existential challenge, as it enters the next decade with potential hurdles from EU politicians on copyright changes for the digital era.
Michael Wood, 35, previously admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner and also acting in a racially aggravated manner.
An eight-year-old boy who reviews toys has topped a list of the highest-earning YouTube stars after making £19.8 million.
YouTube has said it will take a “stronger stance against threats and personal attacks” by banning videos that “maliciously insult” people based on their race, gender expression, or sexual orientation.
Michael Wood admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner and also acting in a racially aggravated manner.
Liverpool’s Uefa Champions League defeat of Barcelona was the most popular video on YouTube for UK users in 2019, the video-sharing platform has revealed.
Google has removed Conservative Party election adverts which used edited BBC clips from its video-sharing platform YouTube.