Engadget: YouTube will address ‘egregious’ acts by creators in new policies

Engadget: YouTube will address ‘egregious’ acts by creators in new policies. “The massive backlash to Logan Paul’s Aokigahara forest video pushed YouTube to make a few changes in how it handles the content it hosts. The company took some specific actions against Paul himself, putting his original projects on hold and pulling his Preferred status, but it has also begun to tweak its policies and regulations overall. Now, in a blog post, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says there are more changes to come.”

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