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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, shown here in Strasbourg last month, recently published an investigation about metals magnate Oleg Deripaska. Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After facing an intense backlash over including footage of a dead body in Japan's "suicide forest," Logan Paul has published a new video to YouTube, about suicide prevention. Logan Paul via YouTube/ Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Logan Paul came under heavy criticism for a video he posted on YouTube depicting a dead body, apparently the result of suicide. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for iHeartMedia hide caption

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Logan Paul, seen here last month, is being criticized for the way he handled a visit to Japan's Aokigahara forest, famous for its popularity among people who carry out suicide. Richard Shotwell/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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Erica Louie, a YouTuber who goes by Miss Louie, left her corporate job to make fashion videos full time. Denise Tejada/Youth Radio hide caption

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'This Is A Business Now': YouTube Stars Influence Generation Z's Fashion Tastes

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Amid reports of disturbing kid-oriented content and pedophilic comments on its site, YouTube says it is increasing enforcement of guidelines relating to content featuring or targeting children. d3sign/Getty Images hide caption

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Some YouTube stars seek counseling and take breaks from online life to deal with symptoms of anxiety. Eva Bee/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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YouTube Stars Stress Out, Just Like The Rest Of Us

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Internet personality Jake Paul is not being a thoughtful neighbor, according to residents who say his rental house has been the scene of fires and loud antics. Rich Fury/Getty Images for H&M hide caption

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The YouTube Star Who's Teaching Kids How To Bake

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Alexei Navalny's YouTube show attracts a million views per episode. The Putin critic offers breezy commentary on the week's events, fields questions from his Twitter feed and heaps scorn on the Kremlin. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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Banned From Russian TV, A Putin Critic Gets His Message Out On YouTube

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For Video Soundtracks, Computers Are The New Composers

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