Since Logan Paul posted a vlog showing the body of a suicide victim in Japan, YouTube have been criticised for the lack of control they have over their content makers. But today after a whimpy twitter response yesterday, YouTube has finally made a stand against irresponsible content creators behaviour.
What has YouTube actually done?
YouTube has cut some of the business ties with Logan Paul,
his channels were removed from YouTube’s Google Preferred programme, where brands sell ads on the platform’s top 5% of content creators.
The YouTube stars upcoming projects on YouTube Red have also been postponed or suspended.
What this space
Will YouTube hold up this tough stance or give in to the spoilt 15 million man?
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