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A group of YouTubers is trying to prove the site systematically demonetizes queer content

The story behind Hot Ones, the interview show where celebrities choke down crazy-hot chicken wings

Facebook and YouTube will keep letting politicians say what they want if it’s “newsworthy”

The most common thing brands don’t understand about working with YouTube stars

The US government isn’t ready to regulate the internet. Today’s Google fine shows why.

What happened to the formerly fearsome right-wing media troll?

YouTube’s CEO says it’s “more important than ever” that YouTube remains open to anyone

Trump wants social media to detect mass shooters before they commit crimes

The bogus White House social media summit is basically a big troll

Trump is making sure more YouTubers see him than see the Democratic debate

YouTube gaming star Desmond “Etika” Amofah dies at 29

Washington’s first attempt at regulating Big Tech is a joke

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki: The Code Conference interview (transcript)

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says vetting videos before they go up isn’t the right answer

“We don’t want to be knee-jerk”: YouTube responds to Vox on its harassment policies

YouTube may allow hate speech if it’s part of a larger argument. Yikes.

YouTube finally banned content from neo-Nazis, Holocaust deniers, and Sandy Hook skeptics

Meet the man with an impossible job: cleaning up YouTube

Tristan Harris says tech is “downgrading” humanity — but we can fix it

YouTube says it’s still trying to fix itself. But it’s not going to stop selling itself to advertisers.

If Congress cancels federal funding for PBS, rural areas will be hurt the most, says CEO Paula Kerger

Full Q&A: Brat co-founder Rob Fishman on Recode Media

Facebook’s tremendous size was its greatest asset. Now it may be its biggest problem.

Full Q&A: YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki talks about child safety, the Google walkout, and AI on Recode Decode

The big business of being a social media star

After 20,000 workers walked out, Google said it got the message. The workers disagree.

Netflix will get ads, predicts The Trade Desk CEO Jeff Green

‘The Front Runner’ director Jason Reitman says technology has taught today’s young people how to be great filmmakers

Taking a page from YouTube, Snap VP Nick Bell wants to find the next generation of media stars

Netflix and Hulu go in for comedies while Amazon sticks to drama: A look at the original content boom

Apple, YouTube and Facebook won’t silence Alex Jones and Infowars — but their bans will sharply limit his reach

Full transcript: Data for Democracy policy head Renée DiResta answers disinformation questions on Too Embarrassed to Ask

Cannes Lions, the ad industry’s biggest party, might finally be sobering up

World Cup’s soccer highlights will put social media’s copyright tools to the test

Full transcript: YouTube Music head Lyor Cohen on Recode Media

Nearly half of American teens are online ‘almost constantly’

Can tech help niche sports go mainstream?

Vevo could have been ‘an existential threat’ to YouTube, but YouTube won in the end

Why Vox’s Netflix show ‘Explained’ is different from Vox’s YouTube videos, explained (by Ezra Klein)

Music legend Lyor Cohen works for YouTube now, and he wants you to pay $10 a month