It became pretty clear last year that YouTube has a content problem. Last spring, companies like AT&T and Verizon pulled ads because they were found to be appearing alongside extremist videos. And it was hit with another round of ad-pulling later in the year when reports surfaced that a portion of the sites childrens content turned out to be not so kid-friendly. Now, following the uproar over Logan Pauls Aokigahara forest video, YouTube may begin vetting the videos posted by it……
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