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YouTube adds humans to video reviews, revamps ad policy after recent scandals

YouTube announced on Tuesday a revamp of its advertising policy as well as stringent, human-run video reviews in the wake of recent scandals that have plagued the platform.


WhatsApp iPhone update allows YouTube videos to open directly inside conversations

When a friend sends you a link to a clip and you tap it, you'll no longer get kicked out of the messaging app


Coventry Motofest marks return of competitive motorsport to a UK city centre

Competitive motorsport returns to a UK city centre for the first time in almost 30 years when Motofest Coventry stages time trials as part of its festival of motoring on June 2 and 3.


Eyelashes are freezing in world's coldest village

It is so cold in part of Siberia, that eyelashes are freezing.


Billionaire Mark Cuban says the Dallas Mavericks will accept bitcoin next season

The “Shark Tank” star and tech entrepreneur says his basketball team will begin to take the cryptocurrency.


'First to the Moon' Film Seeks Crowd Funds for Apollo 8 50th Anniversary Release

A feature-length documentary about the first humans to fly to the moon needs the public's help to be ready in time for the mission's 50th anniversary.


Bitcoin cash price and how to buy – how much is the cryptocurrency worth and how is it different to Bitcoin?

ONLINE currencies are booming currently as people decide to invest their cash in cryptocurrency. Although the value of the currency can be extremely volatile many people have made a fortune by picking the right time to invest in all sorts of online coins.


‘Clearly smaller channels are no longer important’: YouTube faces backlash as it toughens advert payment rules

The changes mean that to make money from videos, uploaders must have 4,000 hours of watch time within the past 12 months and 1,000 subscribers


AP PHOTOS: Peru prisoners build chairs for papal visit

Prisoners convicted of crimes like robbery and drug trafficking at a prison in the Peruvian Amazon are using their time behind bars to build simple wooden chairs that indigenous leaders will use while meeting with Pope Francis.

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