Google top U.S. Web destination in 2011: Nielsen

Facebook notched up 137.6 million unique US visitors a month and Yahoo! 130.1 million.

MSN, WindowsLive and Bing were next with 115.9 million unique US visitors a month, followed by YouTube with 106.7 million. Also 45.7 million a month for Blogger and 23.6 million a month for Twitter, Nielsen said.


Hacker gains control of Microsoft’s YouTube channel

Microsoft’s official YouTube channel was hacked over the weekend, with the company’s dancing-dad promotional video replaced with an assortment of other clips.

Yesterday, four or five videos were …


Anonymous: Governments Order YouTube To #Censor Protest Videos: #US, #UK, #EUROPE. Et Al.


Et Al. ŽForget copyright infringement, YouTube is now complying with removal orders from governments to stop…


#File Sharing Protest Bomb Threat Video Lands Teenager in Court

A teenager who appears to have taken his protest against an anti-piracy law a little too far will find himself in court tomorrow.

The 18-year-old allegedly posted a video on YouTube protesting the legislation just passed by New Zealand. In it he claimed that websites would be hacked and that explosives had been planted in government buildings.


RIAA Targets YouTube Over Leaked Britney Spears Concert

As part of a criminal investigation the RIAA has filed a declaration at a federal court in California to obtain the personal details of one of YouTubes users.

Through the legal action against YouTube, the RIAA hopes to find out more about the person who uploaded a recording of Britney Spears concert at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas a few weeks ago.


The 7 Best Deep-Fried Turkey Disaster Videos

Today’s Thanksgiving, and a whole bunch of people are going to just toss a frozen turkey willy-nilly into a deep fryer, film the exploding fireball that results, and post it on YouTube. (For which we, of course, are very thankful.)

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YouTube Star Kenny Strasser Cast in ‘The Office’

The whole yo-yo thing didn’t seem to work out for Kenny “K-Strass” Strasser, the self-proclaimed, delusional yo-yo master who embarrassed himself with terrible tricks and bizarre banter on Midwestern news programs then became a star on YouTube.


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