Ex-student Tom Grubb said: They are designed purely to extract views and thereby money from common search terms — not to entertain or educate kids. Parents have spotted them before; the American paediatrician Free Hess recorded and documented one on pedimom. That happened to me. She is set to be discharged from the military on medical and psychological grounds. YouTube has been battling disturbing videos for years, but a Medium post by the writer and artist James Bridle brought the problem to widespread attention, kicking off a slew of stories about the various horrors that could be found through the YouTube Kids app. I reacted with suspicion: Once based in north London and Kensington, they were founded by the School of Economic Science, a little-known organisation, described by its proponents as an educational charity, and by its detractors, as a cult. Victim 'Kate' says the incident destroyed her life Video: Even on the less extreme end of things, YouTube can be a parenting minefield. They were criminally assaulted by being punched in the face or in the stomach, cuffed violently about the head, had blackboard rubbers thrown at them causing injury in some cases, had cricket balls thrown at them violently when they were not looking at the thrower and were struck with the end of a gym rope. Saffron Barker, 19, and a friend splashed out on tasty treats for themselves, friends and family in a vlog they've shared online. Earlier this week, the Chief of Army David Morrison defended Defence's handling of the case after the victim, known as "Kate", questioned why McDonald was allowed to continue his military career. And Saffron too was under-whelmed with her experience in Brighton, East Sussex. However, the year-old said she was harassed repeatedly at different Defence bases around the country. Read More Simple way to get McDonald's staff to add a hash brown into your burger Despite forking out the huge sum, the most she and her pal won was a Kindle book and a few meals and snacks from McDonald's. Saffron's video has been viewed more than , times since it was uploaded to YouTube on Sunday.