YouTube Apologizes for Logan Paul’s Uploaded Suicide Video




Another one huge controversy is now everywhere on the Suicide video uploaded by the Logan Paul recently on the YouTube. Logan Paul is well known, Vlogger. Recently he uploaded a video on his channel which was one of his daily vlog videos. He visited the forest in the Japan which is known as the Suicide forest where he found one dead body and he showed that in his video. This video got the millions of views just in one night and after the that on the second day, it was pulled by the YouTube.

The original video was deleted from the YouTube but on the same day, it was re-uploaded by the hundreds of people and views by the other people. The re-uploads keep continued to cause the past couple weeks. Everyone watching that video but still, there is no any kind of statement given by the YouTube on what they were doing to stop this kind of problem.

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Today YouTube has officially tweeted the exact situation. YouTube described its situation in the five tweets. It is an open letter for everyone.

In its open letter, YouTube clearly says that their team is working on this problem. They always hearing and taking care of the YouTube community. Furthermore, YouTube says they have already given one strike to the Logan Paul channel for violating the terms and guidelines of YouTube community. Multiple strikes will result banned the account.

YouTube guidelines are now strict than before and in order to keep their community safe and clean, every YouTuber has to follow their guidelines. Prevention of the violent videos, it is the first priority of YouTube.



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