YouTube's CEO explains why the site hasn't banned Logan Paul over his recent controversiesGet the Full StoryYouTube 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.
In January, Paul drew criticism for uploading footage of a dead body hanging in Japan's "suicide forest."
Wojcicki said that suspending Paul's ad revenue was "actually a pretty strong statement."
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