YouTube limits Logan Paul vlogs
Paul's new video blogs also are on hold after he shared a video on YouTube that appeared to show a body in a Japanese forest that is said to be a suicide spot
YouTube has removed blogger Logan Paul's channels from Google Preferred and will not feature him in the new season of Foursome.
The company said in a statement on Thursday that Paul's new video blogs also are on hold after he shared a video on YouTube that appeared to show a body in a Japanese forest that is said to be a suicide spot.
YouTube star Logan Paul, who was in the UAE for a meet and greet with his fans at Dubai mall in November 201, 7earlier announced he was stepping away from posting videos "to reflect" following an outcry when he uploaded images of the body and his reaction to finding it in the forest.
YouTube prohibits violent or gory content posted in a shocking, sensational or disrespectful manner, the company says. It issued a "strike" against Paul's channel for violating its community guidelines after the posting.
The video was viewed some 6 million times before being removed from Paul's YouTube channel, a verified account with more than 15 million subscribers.
A storm of criticism followed despite two apologies, with commenters saying Paul seemed disrespectful and that his initial apology was inadequate.
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Updated: January 11, 2018 03:54 PM