We’ve seen so many YouTube Stars saying a goodbye to the world’s biggest video sharing website, Youtube in the past. There could be a bunch of reasons behind it as Youtube has a strict policy and community guidelines. Logan Paul was one of those, facing much criticism from the YouTube community and even his regular viewers for his inappropriate behavior.
Some people call it a publicity stunt, while others are of the view that he must be banned by the YouTube management. As the higher management of the video sharing platform keeps in touch with the biggest content creators, the CEO has jumped in himself for defending the accused content creator. According to the CEO Susan Wokcicki, the decision of temporarily suspending Paul’s advertisement revenue was perfectly fine.
YouTube management thinks that the punishment given to Paul suits perfectly to what he has done and permanently kicking him out of the platform wouldn’t be a good idea. According to Susan:
Three strikes are required for a direct ban from the platform. The traditional three-strike rule is in place to ensure that content creators have a chance to learn from their mistakes and better themselves by not continuing to violate policies. “We can’t just be pulling people off our platform … They need to violate a policy. We need to have consistent [rules]. This is like a code of law.
Logan Paul was involved in exploiting a suicide victim to shooting a Taser at a dead rat for comedic purposes.