YouTube’s CEO explains why the site hasn’t banned Logan Paul over his recent controversies
|02/13/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at a media conference Monday that the controversial YouTube star Logan Paul hasn’t violated enough policies to be banned from the platform.
- YouTube temporarily suspended paid advertising on Paul’s page last week after he uploaded a video of himself tasering two dead rats.
- In January, Paul drew criticism for uploading footage of a dead body hanging in Japan’s “suicide forest.”
- Wojcicki said that suspending Paul’s ad revenue was “actually a pretty strong statement.”
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki explained at Recode’s Code Media conference on Monday that the controversial YouTube star Logan Paul hasn’t violated enough of the read more >>>