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  1. "Netflix Tax" Becomes Hot Button Issue in Canadian Election

    10:38 am 8/6/2015

    Prime minister Stephen Harper used Twitter to allege opposition parties were eyeing a digital download levy, a charge quickly denied. Read more

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  2. VidCon: YouTube Announces Mobile App Redesign

    5:54 pm 7/23/2015

    The new app is available on Android and will roll out to iPhone users in the future. Read more

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  3. Russia Cracks Down on YouTube Over Illegal Content

    9:01 am 7/23/2015

    The communications watchdog threatened that access to the video service could be blocked.Read more

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  4. VidCon Matures as Hollywood Descends

    5:00 am 7/23/2015

    The fifth annual online video conference runs July 23-25 in Anaheim. Read more

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  5. MTV's Susanne Daniels to Run Originals at YouTube

    2:43 pm 7/22/2015

    She spent three years at the cable network, where she was president of programming. Read more

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  6. YouTube Star Bart Baker Signs With CAA (Exclusive)

    4:01 pm 6/29/2015

    His music video parodies have racked up nearly 1.6 billion views.Read more

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  7. Cannes Lions: Google Executives Call for Online Pushback Against ISIS

    2:38 am 6/24/2015

    Executives vow that the Internet giant's YouTube will not let itself be used to propagate “brutally violent propaganda” such as beheadings, but also say no to blanket censorship. Read more

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  8. YouTube to Launch Gaming App

    11:00 am 6/12/2015

    The mobile app will be designed to help gamers keep up with their favorite channels, search for gaming-specific content and watch live streams. Read more

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  9. Japanese Superhero Caught in Film, YouTube Rights Dispute

    5:14 pm 5/20/2015

    Two Japanese companies duel over who owns Ultraman outside his country of origin.Read more

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  10. Advocacy Groups Slap YouTube Kids App for Inappropriate Content

    10:56 am 5/19/2015

    Two child- and consumer-advocacy groups have filed an updated complaint with the FTC arguing that they found content featuring porn, pedophilia, and drug and alocohol use on the family-friendly app. Read more

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