Given how YouTube Rewind 2018 quickly became the most disliked video on the platform after its release, YouTube has hinted at 'something different. for real' in anticipation of this year's rendition.
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A team of hackers has recently hijacked thousands of Chromecast devices to display a message that warns users about being exposed to attacks, while also asking them to subscribe to PewDiePie.
The most disliked video on YouTube is now a video posted by the website itself. Its Rewind 2018 upload has beaten Justin Bieber's 2011 'Baby' to the ten million dislikes mark in less than eight days.
Firewatch's developer recently filed a DMCA complaint against PewDiePie in protest of the YouTuber using a racial slur in an unrelated video. PewDiePie has now cried foul play over the DMCA takedown.
Disgruntled users on Steam have now begun flooding Firewatch's dedicated page with negative reviews, bringing the rating down to 'Mixed', following the developer's comments earlier this week.
YouTube celebrity PewDiePie again stepped into controversy for shouting a racial epithet during a livestream of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. The ensuing controversy has him now saying he's sorry.
The world's biggest YouTuber, PewDiePie, used a racial slur while live streaming himself playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds. At least one game maker has launched a DMCA takedown in response.
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Internet video sensation PewDiePie has been dropped by Disney after using racist imagery. YouTube has also canceled his Red series, and has taken him off the Preferred advertising system.
PewDiePie has responded to allegations of taking money from Warner Bros. to review Shadow of Mordor positively back in 2014 without full disclosure, which the FTC deems as misleading to consumers.