YouTube Finally Speaks Out About Controversial Logan Paul Video

YouTube cuts business ties with Logan Paul amid fallout of suicide video

Logan Paul Suicide Forest Video Controversy: A Timeline of Events

"Plus he's left video evidence, on his own YouTube channel", said a former police detective, according to the Daily Beast. In turn, creators with channels in Google Preferred get a better cut of the advertising revenue than those on Google's lower-tier advertising programs.

YouTube did not clarify what consequences Paul will see for posting the video, but many users are calling for a ban from the video-sharing service. Amid the Paul flap-up and other brand safety concerns, YouTube is reportedly reimagining its Google Preferred ad package, and will henceforth vet channels using human and technological moderation.

"We've put all his projects on hold indefinitely, and we'll see in the future", Kyncl said.

This is not the first major punishment YouTube has served.

Google has chose to step up its monitoring process and will reportedly start vetting YouTube channels more strictly from now on.

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YouTube is issuing his channel a "strike".

Last year, Felix Kjellberg, a Swedish vlogger (video blogger) known as PewDiePie who has almost 59 million followers and is very popular with young people, had his original YouTube Red series canceled after the Wall Street Journal reported on videos with racist language and anti-semitic imagery. Akana is a comedian and actress with a large YouTube following who had condemned Paul's video.

"Logan Paul's previously announced project with Blackpills is no longer in development and Blackpills will not be pursuing it at any time in the future", the company said in a statement to Variety.

After uploading a tone-deaf and offensive video shot in Japan's "suicide forest" last month, Paul's appearances in the upcoming new season of the YouTube Originals series "Foursome" and a sequel to the 2016 film "The Thinning" were canceled. He recently uploaded an apology video on YouTube ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QwZT7T-TXT0 ), explaining how sorry he really is and that "this is an unforgivable mistake" and he hopes that he can soon be forgiven by all the people of social media.

YouTube was criticised for moving slowly in response, taking almost two weeks to take action.

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