The videographer, whose several videos have been scandalous in recent weeks, remains subject to a 90-day probationary period.
Two weeks after temporarily suspending the monetization of the Logan Paul channel, YouTube lifts the punishment. The controversial YouTubeur with 16.8 million subscribers can once again earn money by displaying advertisements on its videos, confirmed YouTube at the Polygon website on February 26, 2018.
Logan Paul, however, remains on probation for 90 days: during this time, his videos will not be displayed in YouTube's "Trends" category, and people who are not subscribed to his channel will not receive notifications at the time. publication of a new video.
Always excluded from Google Preferred
The videographer is also excluded from the Google Preferred program, which allows advertisers to place their ads on top of the most popular content.
YouTube suspended the monetization of Logan Paul's channel after it published several highly criticized videos. The videographer had shown the body of a man who had committed suicide in a Japanese forest, then encouraged his audience to eat laundry and electrocuted a dead rat in front of the camera a few weeks later.
The idiots of Logan Paul have led YouTube to strengthen penalties for non-compliance with its rules by content creators. Susan Wojcicki, CEO of YouTube, however, suggested at a conference in early February, that Logan Paul did not deserve to be excluded from the platform, because he did "nothing that justifies the three warnings" that could lead excluding a videographer. Logan Paul has indeed received a warning after his video in Japan, but YouTube does not seem to have felt that the following violated its rules. Is.