Iran arrests youths over Pharell Williams ‘Happy’ videoIranian police have arrested six youths for taking part in the viral sensation of singing and dancing to American R&B singer Pharell Williams’ mega-hit “Happy”.
Under scrutiny: Amateur footage incriminates Turkish authoritiesCitizen journalists up the stakes by piling the pressure on the Turkish Prime Minister and his aides over their handling of the Soma mine tragedy. After the dramatic removal of two...
Controversy after woman posts abortion video onlineIn this edition: controversy after an American woman films her abortion and posts the video online; poachers are using geotagged photos to hunt endangered species; and a soccer fre...
Pakistan's cyber double standards: YouTube banned, Islamist sites proliferatePakistan's strict online censorship policy has drawn criticism from human rights groups. But while sites like YouTube are banned, Islamist sites proliferate, policed by commit...
Irish priest rocks You Tube with 'Hallelujah'In this edition, we look at a viral video of a singing priest. Ireland's Ray Kelly does wonders singing Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' at a wedding ceremony. He h...
Erdogan Wins Big: Will Turkish Local Election Results Silence Critics? (part 2)To those who thought shutting down Twitter and crying conspiracy marked the beginning of the end for Turkey's prime minister of more than a decade, think again. Reçep Tayyip E...
Erdogan Wins Big: Will Turkish Local Election Results Silence Critics?To those who thought shutting down Twitter and crying conspiracy marked the beginning of the end for Turkey's prime minister of more than a decade, think again. Reçep Tayyip E...
French humorist sparks controversy with online videoIn this edition: French comedian Rémi Gaillard sparks controversy with his latest video; Canadian Inuit take to social networks to defend seal hunting; and an extreme sportsman bun...
Turkish telecoms authority blocks access to YouTubeTurkey's telecoms authority says it has taken an "administrative measure" to block access to YouTube, a day after a court in Ankara ordered that a March 21 governmen...
Afghan hip-hop artists urge voter turnoutIn this edition: Afghan hip-hop artists promoting voter turnout; the UK's controversial ban on sending books to prisoners; and a base jump off New York City's tallest sky...
Canada: Rob Ford launches own YouTube channelIn this edition: Toronto mayor Rob Ford launches his own YouTube channel; Australia's controversial anti-immigration campaign; and some stunning images of American landscapes.
French court orders comic Dieudonné to remove parts of YouTube videoA French court on Wednesday ordered controversial comic Dieudonné to remove two sections of a video he has posted on YouTube that has been widely condemned as anti-Semitic.