Published: Sun, January 14, 2018
Research | By Jody Lindsey

Google Open to Working With Logan Paul Again Despite Controversy

Google Open to Working With Logan Paul Again Despite Controversy

Does Logan Paul have a future on YouTube? Daniels announced changes to those guidelines in December to the company that will further protect the YouTube creative community and the service's relationships with advertisers who don't want to be tied to videos like Paul's "misstep". "Additionally, we will not feature Logan in season 4 of "Foursome" and his new Originals are on hold," Alphabet Inc's YouTube, said in a statement.

YouTube's delayed action came only after increased public pressure to police its site more effectively.

On Twitter, YouTube said it was upset by the video that was shared and suicide is not a joke. "Taking time to reflect", he tweeted.

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.

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"YouTube manages the largest set of partners of any company in the world", ranging from young people trying to get started "all the way to Disney", Kyncl said. Paul is one of the platform's biggest stars, with Forbes magazine estimating he earned US$12.5 million a year ago.

YouTube has been under pressure in recent months due to widespread conspiracy videos and inappropriate content on YouTube Kids.

YouTube was criticised for moving slowly in response, taking almost two weeks to take action. "They were built to make money". The move is said to be a part of Google Preferred, a premium advertising programme. But with YouTube Red, a paid subscription service, and YouTube entering into financial deals with content creators, that line is now blurred.

"It's insane - the haters think they're having an effect on us, and if the haters knew how much love was out there and how much support was out there, they'd shut their freakin' mouths", he said in an Instagram video. "They can not masquerade as technology companies, particularly when they place advertisements", said Sir Martin Sorrell, Chairman of WPP, to The Guardian.

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