Two days after the killing of an Instagram star with thousands of followers shocked the internet, YouTube has failed to remove multiple videos featuring images of her mutilated body from the platform. Police have charged Brandon Clark, 21, with killing Devins. The incident made headlines around the world after Clark posted photos of Devins' body on his Instagram profile. Business Insider has seen the images, and police have verified their authenticity. They were removed from Clark's Instagram stories by Monday morning, and some hours later, his account and his Facebook profile were deleted. But this was not before other Instagram users republished the photos.
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IT sounds too good to be true - being paid to sit in front of your computer watching animal or funny viral videos on YouTube all day long. Neverthink is a kind of online telly, set up in November by two friends from Helsinki, Aviv Junno and Claus Nurro. On the Neverthink site, you can choose one of 32 channels to watch like "Food", "Documentaries", "Comedy", "Fails" or "Memes" and you get served up an endless playlist of YouTube videos around that theme. It's just like TV - you can't fast forward or skip videos, and the channels always play a constant stream of clips, back to back.
Social networking is constantly evolving. Gone are the days when MySpace ruled the web. Now, practically everyone's gone mobile, with more than 95 percent of teenagers having a cell phone. Facebook has confessed that it has struggled to keep its younger users engaged and excited to interact on its platform, despite once being the ultimate go-to social network of choice for young people. So, where's the younger generation to go?