YouTube's CEO explains why the site hasn't banned Logan Paul over his recent controversies
Tuesday, 13 February 2018 · *YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki said at a media conference Monday that the controversial YouTube star Logan Paul hasn't violated enough policies to be banned from the platform.*
· *YouTube temporarily suspended paid advertising on Paul's page last week after he uploaded a video of himself tasering two dead rats.*
It continues to all fall down for YouTube star Logan Paul who clearly just can’t learn his lesson. Logan Paul has been on a downward spiral since December and right when we all thought he hit rock bottom, he has sunk down deeper. It's now affecting his bottom line.
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