Actress who won a court decision ordering the removal of controversial film seeks contempt of court ruling against the Web giant for allegedly failing to comply with the order.
Court orders "Innocence of Muslims," the controversial film that ignited international protest, to be removed from Google's video service.
An Egyptian court ruled to suspend Google's YouTube for a month for broadcasting "Innocence of Muslims," according to a state news agency report.
After banning dozens of accounts at the government's request, the social network recants and makes the content available again.
The company has complied with requests from a Pakistani "bureaucrat" to hide specific content, says the New York Times.
Prime minister calls the clip "blasphemous" and instructs the Ministry of Information to block access to the video site.
As violence erupts over controversial video, YouTube's options boil down to bad and worse.
A White House representative acknowledges pressing YouTube over an amateur anti-Islam video, drawing criticism from civil libertarians.
An explosion of Nexus 5 leaks has detonated on the Internet, with devices apparently reaching the hands of European Android fans.
Photos and product details from around the Web confirm much of what we've been learning about Google's next smartphone and the Android OS update.