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Fallout from video forces Moorhead Police to temporarily deactivate Facebook page

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – The Moorhead Police Dept. had to take down its Facebook page Wednesday after someone posted a YouTube video of police encounter that went viral. Capt. Deric Swenson says the action was necessary because of an overwhelming number of social media comments and phone calls received “from around the world.” The group later began posting its links…

Psychologist Gives Her Take After Children’s Video is Found With Suicide Instructions

She says it's important to talk to children about risky content on the internet

You may think platforms like YouTube Kids are safe for children, but you might want to think again. A Florida mother recently found a video of a cartoon, and in the middle, it shows a man telling kids how to slit their wrists. Therapists say kids have more access and spend more time with electronics, and depending on their developmental…

Love YouTube? Google to Hire 10,000 Employees for Video Screening

Get ready to apply for the job of your dreams

  NATIONAL — Are you obsessed with watching YouTube videos? Then get ready to apply for the job of your dreams. YouTube CEO, Susan Wojcicki, says the company is working to clean up its act by hiring more than 10-thousand people to screen videos for appropriate content. Last month, YouTube added screening measures on “YouTube Kids” after some reports of…