If you’ve been following the entire Logan Paul fiasco over the past couple of months, you’ll be aware that YouTube has dropped its most popular creator from its Preferred Ad program as well as suspended all of his original projects for the online video streaming service. It even went so far as to demonetize his entire channel this month, drying up all earnings from YouTube, but a Logan Paul YouTube ban is not likely to happen anytime soon.

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YouTube chief Susan Wojcicki has said that there’s no ground for the platform to ban its most popular creator because “He hasn’t done anything that would cause those three strikes.” YouTube has a three strike policy, if a creator gets three strikes in three months their accounts get terminated.

YouTube’s community guidelines say that strikes may be issued to creators if the videos that they upload contain “nudity or sexual content, violent or graphic content, harmful or dangerous content, hateful content, threats, spam, misleading metadata, or scams.”

YouTube has since promised to do more to ensure that the actions of one rogue creator don’t bring a bad name to the entire community. It has rolled out tougher punishments which include demonetization of the entire channel as well as videos being barred from appearing in the trending section or on YouTube’s homepage.

Wojcicki added that Logan Paul won’t be banned from the platform despite all that has happened over the past couple of months because YouTube needs to have “consistent laws,” so that the policies can be applied consistently to the countless creators who upload millions of videos on YouTube.

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