Strict censorship of YouTube on content published by popular channels

Strict censorship of YouTube

Bloomberg confirmed that YouTube has decided to change the mechanism of dealing with the famous channels and the content it publishes, after a series of problems encountered in inappropriate content published by the most popular channels.

A YouTube blogger named Logan Paul posted a video mocking the body of a person who committed suicide in a jungle in Japan, prompting controversy by Logan Paul to remove the video. However, the site's management has removed its channel from premium channels for advertisers.

To avoid repeating this incident, YouTube will rely on algorithms and a team to watch channel sections that are unique to advertisers, to remove them immediately from that list when they violate the terms of use and publish inappropriate content.

Companies such as AT & T withdrew in 2017 from advertising on YouTube because they appeared in offensive hate videos, which Google Video Platform apologized for and promised to fix to reduce spam content as much as possible.

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