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YouTube Going Subscription Like Netflix? Find Out How It Could Start Costing You $9.99 A Month!

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This is definitely a game changer.

YouTube announced on Wednesday that the site is about to implement a premium subscription service in the same vein as Netflix.

Starting On October 28, a $9.99/month YouTube Red subscription will get you unlimited, ad-free access to the site's most popular original content producers.

Related: How Much Money Do The Top 10 YouTubers Make?!

Channels like Maker Studios and Fine Brothers Entertainment will be getting the money-making remodeling, while other Google enterprises like

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Britney Spears, Jay Z, & Even Betty White Are Some Of The Most Dangerous Cyber Searched Celebrities — But Who Topped The List?

Watch out for these stars!

Be careful who you Google, kids!

On Tuesday, Intel Security released this year's list of the Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities — but don't panic, Perezcious readers! It's not the stars themselves you need to be worried about, just be wary when you look up their names on the internet.

The software company revealed the top ten contains pop powers like Britney Spears, Katy Perry, and Lorde, as well as other artists including Jay Z, Usher, and Luke Bryan.

A cyber safety expert with the security giant says musicians create such potentially harmful search results because web surfers looking for free downloads are fairly easy targets:

"Celebrity names combined with the terms 'free MP4,' 'HD downloads,' or 'torrent' are some of the most searched terms on the Web. When consumers search for music that is not made available through legitimate channels, they put both their digital lives and devices at risk."

Also gracing the top ten are funny ladies Betty White, Amy Schumer, and actress Nina Dobrev.

The official claims that cybercriminals target the biggest names and high-profile stories in pop culture to try to trick internet users into clicking on links that could steal their passwords and personal information:

"With today's busy culture and a desire for real time information, consumers often click on sites that will quickly provide them with news and entertainment, without considering safety and security implications. Cybercriminals leverage this need for immediacy by encouraging people to visit unsafe sites that can steal private data."


But who does Intel say is the most dangerous person to search? Well it's actually…

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Bristol Palin SLAMS President Obama For Supporting The 14-Year-Old Muslim Student Arrested For Bringing A Clock To School — Wait, What?!

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Say it ain't so!

On Thursday, Bristol Palin criticized President Barack Obama (shocker, we know) for "egging" on racial divides by inviting a 14-year-old Texas student to the White House who was wrongfully arrested after bringing a self-made clock to school.

ICYMI: The internet came to the defense of Ahmed Mohamed earlier this week after he was accused by his teachers for making a hoax bomb. Oh no!

In fact, the ninth-grader's since received shout-outs and invitations from various industry powerhouses, such as Google and Facebook, after the news broke that the talented youth was singled out for being Muslim.

Related: Muslim Teen Who Was Handcuffed For Bringing A Clock To School Says 'I Was Profiled As A Terrorist'

However, the coolest praise might've come from POTUS himself.

The Commander-In-Chief took to Twitter and shared:


Although, it seems this nice gesture was a bit too much for Sarah Palin's daughter.

The Dancing With The Stars alum took to her blog and wrote:

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Stephen Colbert Can Give You Directions On This Popular Driving App

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Stephen Colbert already had one of the most phenomenal years in Hollywood with his appointment to The Late Show desk succeeding David Letterman, but this might just be his biggest accomplishment of his career!

The former Colbert Report host announced on Tuesday that he will now be a voice control option on the driving app Waze!

As in, Stephen himself can get you from Point A to Point B with his signature sense of wit.

[ Related: Colbert Lands Jeb Bush As His Second Guest! ]

If you haven't heard of Waze, it's an app that was bought by Google in 2013, which blends social media with basic maps and lets other drivers alert you to hazards, shortcuts, and even nearby cops!

Stephen joins other celebs currently on the voice control roster like Neil Patrick Harris, Rob Gronkowski, and even Colonel Sanders… yeah, from KFC.

Download the app and get your fill of Stephen before his Late Show premiere on September 8, on CBS!

[Image via FayesVision/WENN.]

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#Kleanse Spotlight: 15-Year-Old Trisha Prabhu Develops An App That Looks To End Cyberbullying!

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Trisha Prabhu is tackling cyberbullying head on!

It's hard to remember what exactly we we're doing when we were just 15 years old, but we're willing to wager it wasn't nearly as inspirational as this!!

With everyone connecting via social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, cyberbullying is a pretty huge issue these days — ESPECIALLY in high schools!

[ Related: A Teen With A Rare Skin Condition Has Amazing & INSPIRING Self Confidence! ]

But Trisha Prabhu is doing everything she can to make the Internet a friendlier place with a little app she developed called ReThink!

By connecting to all of your social media apps on your mobile device, ReThink is able to keep track of any outgoing messages or possible posts and asks users to reconsider sending anything out if it detects harmful or offensive language!

As a high schooler, this issue clearly hit close to home for Trisha. But she says she was really inspired when she heard the story of a teen who took her own life after being the victim of cyberbullying:

"How can a girl younger than myself be pushed to take her own life? I was shocked, heartbroken and angry to learn about this incident and set out to find a long-term solution to cyberbullying. I knew I had to do something to stop this from ever happening again."

While not all victims claim their own lives, the numbers are pretty staggering when it comes to teens dealing with depression and anxiety due to cyberbullying.

Trisha goes on to say:

"Research shows that over 50% of adolescents online are cyberbullied, 38% suffer from suicidal tendencies. Victims suffer from depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem, and are afraid to go to school the following day."

The app is currently available on the Google Play store and should be available to Apple devices soon, but the early reviews are already great!

In fact, Trisha says ReThink users have reconsidered sending harmful messages about 93% of the time!

The 15-year-old has already won a handful of awards for her innovative app and she's rubbed shoulders with some pretty interesting people (above), and we have a feeling this wont be the last we hear from her!

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