YouTube says it’s reviewing ‘further consequences’ for Logan Paul after suicide video

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Logan Paul is at the center of a YouTube debate.
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In a series of tweets on Tuesday, YouTube condemned the troubling suicide video shared by Logan Paul.

The YouTube star, who presently has more than 15 million customers, shared a video on New Year’s Day of a dead body he discovered in Japan’s Aokigahara forest, understood for the suicides that occur there.

Afterwards, YouTube was slammed by lots of — consisting of Mashable — for refraining from doing more to avoid these sort of videos from appearing on the platform.

A little more than a week later on, YouTube launched an “open letter” on Twitter:

As for Logan Paul, he said sorry and informed the world he was taking a break from vlogging — which was followed by somebody launching a supercut of his extremely rude habits in Japan.

His YouTube channel is still working.

If you wish to speak with somebody or are experiencing self-destructive ideas, text the Crisis Text Line at 741-741 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Here is a list of global resources.

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