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Viral agency admits video of female cyclist revenge may be fake
A video of cyclist revenge went viral - but now its publishers cannot verify it.
[BBC News UK]

If newspapers won't check viral stories, who will listen to them about fake news? | Jasper Jackson
Media outlets published video of cyclist responding to catcallers without checking its authenticity. The race for clicks is undermining claims people should trust the news Even as the media continues to take Facebook to task over its fake news problem, many parts of the news business are doing (...)
[The Guardian]

Footage shows Harrison Ford's near-miss
An airport in California has released video of a plane, being flown by the actor Harrison Ford, mistakenly flying low over an airliner.
[BBC News Americas]

Snap Spectacles roll out ahead of IPO
The company behind Snapchat sells its flagship video-recording sunglasses online in the US.
[BBC News]

Snap Spectacles roll out ahead of IPO
The company behind Snapchat sells its flagship video-recording sunglasses online in the US.
[BBC]

YouTube ditches unskippable 30-second ads
The video-sharing website will focus on shorter and skippable advertisements.
[BBC News]

YouTube ditches unskippable 30-second ads
The video-sharing website will focus on shorter and skippable advertisements.
[BBC]

Plague game up for health trust prize
Winter Hall in the running as Wellcome Trust and Epic Games announces six finalists for their Developing Beyond prize As an entertainment, Winter Hall should be an unusual diversion for video game fans more used to glamorised violence and action drama. Players will live as characters connected (...)
[The Guardian]

Bio-terrorism could kill 30 million people in a year, says Bill Gates – video
Bill Gates, the co-founder of Microsoft who has spent billions on philanthropic efforts over the past several decades, speaks at the Munich security conference on Sunday and says that the world must be on guard for bio-terrorism attacks. Telling the audience that “a synthetic version of the (...)
[The Guardian]

PewDiePie angrily accuses media of 'out-of-context' reports on antisemitic video
The YouTuber, who lost support from Walt Disney Company and Google for posts featuring neo-Nazi ‘jokes’, claimed Wall Street Journal was ‘scared’ of him YouTube star PewDiePie has released an impassioned, 10-minute diatribe in which he blames the mainstream media for cherry-picking parts of his (...)
[The Guardian]

Meet Tina Guo, the cellist giving gaming a metal makeover
Tina Guo is an electric cellist who creates soundtracks for video games. She's also mates with Justin Bieber and Dave Grohl.
[BBC]

Meet Tina Guo, the cellist giving gaming a metal makeover
Tina Guo is an electric cellist who creates soundtracks for video games. She's also mates with Justin Bieber and Dave Grohl.
[BBC News]

YouTube follows Disney in severing ties with PewDiePie over antisemitic videos
Video site cancels reality series Scare PewDiePie and vlogger’s membership of premium advertising programme, but won’t shut down his channel YouTube is cutting its ties with star video-maker PewDiePieafter criticism of his use of Nazi imagery and antisemitism as props for shock humour. The video (...)
[The Guardian]

Disney severs ties with YouTube star PewDiePie over antisemitic videos
YouTuber with 53 million subscribers posted videos featuring antisemitic jokes and Nazi imagery, including two men holding a ‘Death to All Jews’ sign The Walt Disney Company has severed ties with YouTube’s biggest star PewDiePie after he posted a series of videos featuring antisemitic comments. (...)
[The Guardian]

What one controversy is teaching us about sex and consent in video games
Ladykiller in a Bind is the latest work from Christine Love, but it has invoked controversy about sex, representation and consent Much like sex itself, it’s hard to get a sex game right at the first attempt. While the genre known as interactive fiction often explores themes of sex and sexuality, (...)
[The Guardian]

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