YouTube Execs on Logan Paul Scandal: "Actions Should Speak Louder Than Words"


The video platform had assured concerned advertisers that Google Preferred features videos of the highest quality, so Paul's controversial suicide video dealt a heavy blow.

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

"In light of recent events, we have made a decision to remove Logan Paul's channels from Google Preferred", a YouTube spokesperson said.

Google's plan isn't much different from previous plans for policing the majority of videos on YouTube. Paul saw the suicide victim hanging from a tree and filmed it up close, posting the video on YouTube.

YouTube has suspended projects with USA internet star Logan Paul following his controversial video showing the body of a suicide victim.

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Further reports also reveal that Paul has been removed from an original series that he signed with a French digital-media company Blackpills.

Paul later apologized and said he should never have posted the video. The company will use the combined forces of its 10,000 human moderators and artificial intelligence software to identify videos posted by the biggest channels that violate YouTube's guidelines and are not suitable for advertisements.

Google is planning a new push to vet top-tier YouTube videos that it bundles for major advertisers, people familiar with the effort said, moving to address resurgent concerns that inappropriate content is being shown alongside brand messages.

Paul is a popular YouTube vlogger, who is known for his many adventures.

"As you know, we work with lots of YouTube stars, all of them are incredibly talented". In the past, there has been a lot of controversy and speculation surrounding how videos get chosen for YouTube's Trending page as well as its "recommended" and "what's next" suggestions, and it's possible that, with this new vetting, Google could influence what makes "popular" YouTube content even more popular than before.