Ur-vlogger and Boosted Board spokesthing Casey Neistat scored unprecedented access to a member of YouTube's senior executive team. The resulting interview was warmed-over PR and a book plug.
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Unilever, one of the largest consumer goods companies in the world, is threatening to pull advertising from Google, YouTube and Facebook if the tech giants don't rid their platforms of extremism, hate speech and fake news. Unilever is particularly disturbed by its ads showing up in videos that sexualise and exploit children.
Logan Paul recently returned from the month-long hiatus related to his "suicide forest" video, which cost him his YouTube RED show and preferred advertising status. He then made it a whole two days before doing something else reprehensible, and now the video platform has temporarily cut off all advertising to his channel.
Sentient Adderall prescription Logan Paul is back, folks! Even if you're not subscribed to his channel or interested in his varsity ice hockey meets self-help cult schtick, you might know that already thanks to YouTube. Earlier this week, the site decided to push a notification about Paul's new video to scores of users who had never opted into receiving them.
Logan Paul, the wayward YouTuber explained again in a television how he messed up and he's really, really sorry for posting a video in which he gawks and laughs at an apparent dead body in Aokigahara, known as the suicide forest. He's learned tough lessons and maybe it was all supposed to happen this way because now he can use his fame to help others.