The Menlo Park, Calif. tech company's platform is reportedly filled with fraudulent accounts impersonating scores of Silicon Valley's most powerful executives, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google CEO
Facebook is overrun with fake accounts impersonating tech execs like Tim Cook, Elon Musk, and Sundar Pichai
Facebook has a fake account problem — and the Silicon Valley elite aren't going to like it. The California tech giant's social network is overrun by fraudulent accounts impersonating high-profile technology
Author and educator Esther Wojcicki wanted to be a journalist when she was growing up, and since 1984 has been a journalism instructor at Palo Alto High School, teaching hundreds of kids about media production
YouTube is making the case to advertisers that it can be more like TV in reaching consumers. The Google-owned video streaming service announced Thursday night at its annual presentation to ad buyers —
YouTube says it’s still trying to fix itself. But it’s not going to stop selling itself to advertisers.
Youtube spent the last year confronting accusations that it had become a haven for people who used the video site to distribute disinformation, hatred, and abuse. And on Thursday night, YouTube gathered
YouTube is not going to make you pay monies to subscribe to Originals. For the time being at least. This is according to YouTube's Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl who said the online streaming giant