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The minds behind 23andMe, Netflix, Alibaba, and YouTube are all considered among the most inspiring leaders in the tech world.
Due to YouTube's new stricter criteria around verification, creators with millions of subscribers were set to get unverified in October.
A YouTuber who was reportedly connected to the Christchurch shooter had his channel deleted then reinstated, and it’s a perfect example of YouTu...
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said the platform's commitment to "openness" will allow controversial and offensive material to remain online.
Susan Wojcicki tells creators that YouTube will remain an open platform, even if that means it will offend people along the way
"A commitment to openness is not easy," Wojcicki said. "It sometimes means leaving up content that is outside the mainstream, controversial or even offensive."
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki reveals how she deals with male ‘microaggressions’ and makes her points forcefully
"There are microaggressions that people aren't always aware of and that can have a cumulative effect," YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki told The Guardian.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says she takes her 5 kids’ phones away during battles over their screen time
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said she wants her kids to be responsible for how much time they spend on their phones and learn 'self-control methods.'
YouTube is working on revamping its ‘creator-on-creator’ harassment policy before the end of the year, but the site’s CEO says it...
Wojcicki did not explicitly mention the much-covered controversy in June regarding right-wing YouTuber Steven Crowder and journalist Carlos Maza.
YouTube is reportedly being investigated by the FTC over how it handles children’s videos, and it may result in fundamental changes to the platf...
YouTube's executives could update its policies for children's videos as an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission enters its late stages.
From Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg to Oracle’s Safra Catz, these are the 23 richest self-made women in tech in the US
Sheryl Sandberg, Marissa Mayer, and Meg Whitman are some of the most powerful and wealthy women in tech whose fortunes have been entirely self-made.
YouTube’s CEO was asked whether she actually meant her apology to the LGBTQ community, and the crowd broke out in applause
The question was posed following YouTube's decision not to remove videos by Steven Crowder containing homophobic slurs about journalist Carlos Maza.