Zeke Spector Is Not Afraid
The Dangers of Facebook
How did Facebook go from an innocuous social networking site to tearing apart the social fabric of society? VICE producer Zeke Spector goes down the rabbit hole to ask if we should be afraid of Facebook.
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The Young and the Scammed Episode 3
What seemed like the career opportunity of a lifetime turned into a dangerous situation.
VICE News Shorts
This Exorcist Is a Social Media Star in Iraq
People who have experienced decades of trauma in Iraq are turning to exorcists to help with their mental health in a country where those issues are largely ignored.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
A Sex Trafficking Law is Fundamentally Changing the Internet
VICE News investigates social media companies' links to sex trafficking crimes.
Quarantine & Chill
Two Strangers Go On a Date During Lockdown
A VICE show about how people are dating and falling in love in the middle of a quarantine.
I Tried Becoming an Instagram Influencer
Sally Burtnick tries to become a social media influencer.
Let Lee Explain
Facebook's Ban on White Nationalism | Let Lee Explain
Lee explains the intricacies of Facebook's new ban on white nationalism and how it probably won't change much.
Sweating It Out
John Henry spins through Harlem to help a cycle studio struggling to streamline.
HUSTLE / Clip
A Black Female Founder on Her Unconventional Path to Entrepreneurship
Harlem Cycle founder Tammeca on her path from mechanical engineering to marketing to owning and operating her own cycling studio.
John Henry helps a young 3D printing company rethink their entire business model.
Distillery owners aspire to bring Puerto Rican moonshine to the top shelf.
Taboo Down There
Pubic hair product founders work to be taken seriously in the business world.