These are external links and will open in a new window. Facebook's Watch video-streaming service is rolling out worldwide, just over a year after its US launch. Users will be able to choose from a range of shows - from both established brands and new players - and have the ability to view clips saved from their News Feeds. The firm plans to allow all content creators to feature advertising breaks, so long as they hit certain metrics. Facebook had intended to reveal the roll-out on Wednesday, but brought forward the announcement after details leaked. As a consequence, some users may not be able to access its pages yet.
A teenager with nearly a million followers on YouTube reportedly threatened the streaming platform's headquarters with a mass shooting after being banned from the site for violating its hate speech policy. Soph, a year-old who goes by the handle sewerrat, tweeted a photo of herself and what appears to be an assault rifle, Buzzfeed first reported. The accompanying caption read "YouTube headquarters here I come. The high school freshman was banned from YouTube earlier this month after posting the latest in a string of anti-LGBT videos. She also claimed labeling something homophobic was "a leash" used to "yank you by when you're not giving sufficient leeway to LGBT depravity. She also encouraged viewers to "make sure to blame me in your manifestos," referencing the xenophobic screed reportedly posted by the suspect in the El Paso mass shooting.
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