However, Wojcicki, who is playing Code Media at Huntington Beach in California, said Paul has not yet reached the level banned by the platform. "He did not do anything that triggers the three strikes and we can not (without cause) get some people out of the platform ... provided they violate a policy and we need a consistent (rule) A Codex. "It is understood that Wojcicki made the response when journalist Kara Swisher put forward why YouTube did not directly ban Pau on the platform."Strike out" means that if YouTube users repeatedly violate the rules, he will be delisted by the platform.
The CEO also said they could not prove Paul'svideoThere is no taste. "You probably do not think it's something that you do not think is tasteless, and we need a consistent law, so in our policy we can apply it to millions of creators in millions of videos." But from Wojcicki It's not hard to see the pressure YouTube is facing now for removing offensive videos.