YouTube chief says Logan Paul won't get the banhammer

YouTube might have cut off Logan Paul's ad revenue, dropped him from Google Preferred and suspended his planned original projects, but that doesn't mean he'll get booted off the platform anytime soon. In an interview at Recode's annual Code Media conference, YouTube chief Susan Wojcicki said Paul won't be getting banned from the video website anytime soon. "He hasn't done anything that would cause those three strikes," she explained when host Kara Swisher asked why the company hasn't banned Paul. "We can't just be pulling people off our platform... They need to violate a policy."

Wojcicki is talking about YouTube's three strikes policy, which states that the platform will terminate creators' accounts if they get three strikes within a three-month period. According to the Google-owned company's community guidelines, creators can get strikes if they videos "contain nudity or sexual content, violent or graphic content, harmful or dangerous content, hateful content, threats...