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For Some Unknown Reason, YouTube STILL Wants To Work With Logan Paul…

14 January 2018

However, when asked about Paul at the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday, YouTube's Chief Business Officer, Robert Kyncl, couldn't say for sure that they'd never work with Paul again.

YouTube has put its original projects with Logan Paul on hold following widespread criticism over a video he posted December 31 that featured images of a suicide victim.

Further, YouTube has chose to remove Paul from its Google Preferred program, which gives brands the ability to sell ads on the top 5 percent of creators on the platform.

This decision by YouTube disavows Logan Paul, who has become one of the channel's biggest stars.

Logan Paul became a hot topic of conversation recently, when he uploaded a video to his popular YouTube channel showing the corpse of a man who had recently committed suicide by hanging in Japan's notorious "suicide forest". You're right to be.

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In an open letter earlier this week, YouTube said "suicide is not a joke, nor should it ever be a driving force for views".

"We've put all his projects on hold indefinitely, and we'll see in the future", Kyncl said. Specifically, as to Logan, we believe he's made missteps, unfortunate missteps.

Where can I get support and help? This response did not satisfy many people who demanded Paul face consequences for his actions. Three strikes, received when violating a YouTube policy, within a three-month period will cause YouTube to terminate an account.

Daniels, speaking during YouTube's executive session, said the company will look to develop breakthrough, original scripted content that will reflect the network's attributes of innovation, community and diversity in a very crowded TV environment. To date, the petition claims 473,000 signatures, though again that number is hard to verify. Paul pulled the images from his channel on his own.

It's time that YouTube and other social networking services got serious about establishing real, identifiable and enforceable rules governing their services in such a manner that reasonably good taste prevails, but in such a way that cranks and trolls do not unduly influence what users of such services see or wish to see.

For Some Unknown Reason, YouTube STILL Wants To Work With Logan Paul…