Thursday, June 8, 2023
Thursday, June 8, 2023

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Dr DisRespect has been banned from YouTube – GAMINGbible

Herschel ‘Dr DisRespect’ Beahm, one of YouTube’s leading Call of Duty streamers has found himself in a spot of bother. The internet personality was suddenly banned from YouTube on 5 June, leaving many fans wondering what exactly the streamer had done.It’s been quite the eventful year for Dr DisRespect. Last August, Beahm co-founded his own game studio, Midnight Society, announcing that the studio’s first game would be the vertical extraction shooter Deadrop. Beahm even went as far as saying that the game would rival Call of Duty yet earlier this year, pre-alpha testers labelled it an utterly “miserable experience”. More recently, The Doc broke character after losing money to a fan during a PGA Tour 2K23 stream. The drama doesn’t end there though, as the streamer was banned from YouTube in recent days.Take a look at some of our favourite livestreaming wins and fails below.It’s not the first time that The Doc has faced a ban. The streamer originally called Twitch his home. He later moved over to YouTube after he was permanently banned from Twitch. The reasons behind that ban remain a mystery, but we do have some idea of why it happened this time around. As reported by

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Best Automotive and Car Enthusiast Videos on YouTube June 5 – Jalopnik

FORGOTTEN Chysler Wagon! Sitting 32 Years! First Wash & Drive!Did you know the Chrysler Town & Country wasn’t always a minivan? Back when Americans weren’t obsessed with sitting up higher for a “commanding view of the road,” people bought wagons. And from 1941 through 1988, the Town & Country was a wood-paneled wagon Americans loved. It was at its biggest in the 1970s. Like the example that had been sitting since 1991 Budget Buildz found in a field, they were massive. This one was powered by a 440 cubic inch V8. Watch to find out how great this thing looks restored.

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Tanmay Bhat's YouTube account hacked and renamed to Tesla Corp, all videos deleted

By Divya Bhati: In a recent cyberattack, the official YouTube channel of comedian Tanmay Bhat was hacked. The account, with over 44 lakh subscribers, has now been renamed as the "Tesla Corp". Additionally, the hackers have also deleted videos listed on his YouTube channel.Bhat revealed through a tweet that both his YouTube and Gmail accounts had been hacked. He further explained that hackers even breached the two-factor authentication. Seeking assistance from Google and YouTube, Bhat wrote in a tweet, "Hi guys - my YouTube/Gmail account has been hacked. 2FA bypassed. I need urgent help. Please DM!" Tanmay Bhat's YouTube channel has been renamed to Tesla Corp.Sharing more details, Bhat urged YouTube to take swift action and also revealed that the hackers had initiated a livestream video on his YouTube channel, which is now set as a private video. He tweeted, "@TeamYouTube, my channel is hacked and a live stream has begun. Please help!” Bhat has revealed that not only were hackers able to take over his account, but they also managed to bypass the two-factor authentication he had set up for security.It has been reported that many other prominent YouTubers, including stand-up comedian Aishwarya Mohanraj and YouTuber Abdu Rozik, have

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Feature that YouTube Music users want is being tested on the streamer's Android app

YouTube Music is adding a feature that the streamer didn't have and while it was obviously something that needed to be offered to the platform's users, it doesn't make the addition of this feature any less cool. Soon, YouTube Music will show how many times a song has been played by all users. There is a caveat; the play counts only appear on an artist's landing page and only for the top five songs.According to some Redditors (via AndroidPolice), the play count feature has been spotted on the YouTube Music Android app and the website. The version of the Android app that includes the play count is version 6.03.51 although that is the version of YouTube Music on my Pixel 6 Pro and I do not have the play counts yet on my app. Google is probably using a server-side update to test the feature and when satisfied, it will push the update out to all Android users. Google is testing play counts for the Android version of the YouTube Music app. Image credit AndroidPolice Although it probably doesn't matter considering that Google is using a server-side update, you can check to see which version of YouTube Music you're running

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YouTube changes policy to allow false claims about past US presidential elections

FILE - The YouTube app is displayed on an iPad on March 20, 2018, in Baltimore. YouTube will stop removing content that falsely claims the 2020 election or other past U.S. presidential elections were marred by “widespread fraud, errors or glitches," the platform announced Friday, June 2, 2023. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File) YouTube will stop removing content that falsely claims the 2020 election or other past U.S. presidential elections were marred by "widespread fraud, errors or glitches," the platform announced Friday.The change is a reversal for the Google-owned video service, which said a month after the 2020 election that it would start removing new posts that falsely claimed widespread voter fraud or errors changed the outcome.YouTube said in a blog post that the updated policy was an attempt to protect the ability to "openly debate political ideas, even those that are controversial or based on disproven assumptions.""In the current environment, we find that while removing this content does curb some misinformation, it could also have the unintended effect of curtailing political speech without meaningfully reducing the risk of violence or other real-world harm," the blog post said.The updated policy, which goes into effect immediately, won't stop YouTube from taking down

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Google reversal will now permit 2020 US election lies on YouTube – Sydney Morning Herald

YouTube will stop removing content that falsely claims the 2020 election or other past US presidential elections were marred by “widespread fraud, errors or glitches,” the platform announced on Friday.The change is a reversal for the Google-owned video service, which said a month after the 2020 election that it would start removing new posts that falsely claimed widespread voter fraud or errors changed the outcome.Donald Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol in 2021 after being told the 2020 election had been stolen from him.Credit: APYouTube said in a blog post that the updated policy was an attempt to protect the ability to “openly debate political ideas, even those that are controversial or based on disproven assumptions”.“In the current environment, we find that while removing this content does curb some misinformation, it could also have the unintended effect of curtailing political speech without meaningfully reducing the risk of violence or other real-world harm,” the blog post said.The updated policy, which goes into effect immediately, won’t stop YouTube from taking down content that tries to deceive voters in the upcoming 2024 election, or other future races in the US and abroad.The company said its other existing rules against election misinformation remain unchanged.This

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