I work in February 2005 by following two former PayPal employees: Chad Hurley, Steve Chin and Jude Kareem, in San Bruno, San Mateo, California, USA, and uses Adobe Flash as animation. The content of the site is divided into sections of films, television, music clips, video produced by amateurs, and others. I have 67 employees. In October 2006, Google announced access to the agreement to buy the site for 1.65 billion US dollars, or 1.31 billion euros. It is considered a Web 2.0 site.
The YouTube site is operated by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jude Kareem, former employees of PayPal. Before studying design at the University of Indiana, Pennsylvania, Chen studied computer science at the University of Illinois. The YouTube.com domain remained operational on February 15, 2005, after which the site was designed for months. The site operated as an experiment in May 2005, and officially opened six months later. YouTube opened the Bartner service in Egypt in 2013 after the Bartner Pepki was through an intermediary.
The first video on YouTube
The video by Jaoud Karim entitled “Me at the Zoo” was the first video to be posted on YouTube, and was on April 23, 2005, and its duration is 0:19 seconds. Link video on YouTube
States to abstain from
A Brazilian court banned the YouTube site on January 6, 2007 for a few days after the site published a film for Brazilian announcer Daniela Cecarelli (former fiancée Ronaldo).
YouTube was banned in Iran on December 3, 2006, after the site was considered “immoral”
On May 25, 2007, Morocco Telecom blocked the YouTube site. The ban was removed five days later after the company said that it was a “technical error”
Yemen blocked the site in the history of 11/6/2008 for a period of days after which I sweep the immoral video on YouTube
YouTube is not banned in Saudi Arabia, but films intended for adults (18 years or older) are prohibited.
On March 8, 2007, YouTube was banned in Thailand for two days . On April 3, 2007, I deny Tani. The government stated that in the movie Bichtem King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Thai Minister of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Keda said that the ban was not eliminated, but that the sites were prevented from making links to the video. On August 30, 2007, after the YouTube site approved Shell’s banned films, the Thai government said it was offensive