Paul briefly stepped away from making daily posts and returned January 24 with an anti-suicide video in which he said he was humbled by the criticism and promised to be more compassionate and to "start a new chapter" in his life.
The company has made this decision because notable creators like Paul and YouTuber Felix "Pewdiepie" Kjellberg have exhibited controversial behavior that is seen to be harmful to the YouTube community.
Paul's manager and publicist didn't respond to requests for comment on Friday. Among them, encouraging his young followers to participate in the Tide Pod challenge in a now-deleted tweet: "swallowing 1 tide pod per retweet".
There is also an additional twist that will be particularly impactful, given that the popularity of a lot of videos on YouTube rests on them being discoverable.
YouTube said his actions could "damage" the wider video-making community. Less than one week later, however, he has found himself with a temporary suspension by YouTube from displaying ads on his channel after filming himself using a Taser on a#dead rat.
Paul made numerous apologies and said he was "taking time to reflect". Following vast backlash, Paul publicly apologized and pledged to donate $1 million to suicide prevention organizations.
YouTube says that it will take away a channel of its ability to serve ads and access monetization services like Google Preferred and YouTube Partner Program.
Suspending all ad revenue is the most severe punishment yet for Paul'schannel.
However, it's now unknown how much this move will affect the YouTuber.
Paul apologized for the "mistake", and also stepped away from the platform for some time to reportedly do some soul searching. Crucify me, vilify me, and I can promise you one thing, guys.
Alphabet's case hinges on the fact that Uber hired Mr Levandowski, who had worked in the firm's self-driving vehicle division. Khosrowshahi gets to take credit for eliminating another big hurdle as he moves the company toward its promised 2019 IPO .
The Canadian government is not OK with the helicopters being used for those "internal security operations", however. Those include extrajudicial killings, the destruction of homes, unlawful arrests and other alleged violations.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said the president's desire for a massive parade reflects his pride in the military. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters on Capitol Hill that a parade "makes sense", with some caveats.
Raising the budget caps has been on the table for months but has always been entangled with the contentious immigration debate. The latest politico pointing out just how much the Republican Party has changed under President Trump comes from the inside.
Keep in mind that many spots in North Texas will only see rain with a little bit on non-accumulating sleet mixed in. A Storm Team 12 Weather Alert will continue through the rest of Saturday as snow continues to fall in the state.
That goal has been pursued by US commanders in Afghanistan for much of the past 16-plus years, without success. During a separate hearing that day held by the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific, Dr.
Paul Caligiuri dropped out after the first ballot, andMichael Winograd and Gans withdrew after the second ballot. Cordeiro, a former Goldman Sachs partner, was elected on the third ballot with 68.6 percent of the vote.
North Korea ice hockey player Chung Gum Hwang and South Korean bobsledder Won Yun-jong were joint flagbearers. Even before South Korea combined its team with North Korea, the group was something of a hybrid.
A party meeting in January narrowly approved talks with Merkel's Christian Democratic-led bloc, laying bare the divisions. The coalition agreement "certainly won't simply be waved through", CDU MP Sylvia Pantel told mass-market daily Bild .
This is also the first time in a long time - 30 years according to the daily Haaretz - that Israel has lost an F-16 in combat. At approximately 4.30 am, local time, Israeli forces sighted a drone being launched from a site within Syria.
Arizona is a "safe haven" state, therefore a person may surrender a child to authorities without being punished. He was taken to a local hospital and is now in the care of Arizona Department of Child Safety.
Two Army officers were martyred in a terrorist attack on the Sunjuwan Army camp in Jammu in the early hours of Saturday. In view of the fidayeen attack, authorities have closed all schools within five kilometers radius of the army camp.
Trump laments that 'mere allegation' can destroy lives
The FBI informed the White House of these charges, which held up Mr Porter's application for a permanent security clearance. His comments come after White House staff secretary Rob Porter resigned following reports that he abused his ex-wives.
Syrian Gov't Condemns US Aggression vs. Its Troops
Coalition and Russian officials were "in regular communication ...before, during and after" the assault, the same official said. It also said it was aware only of 25 Syrian militia members having been wounded in the United States strikes.
Apple plays down iPhone source code leak risk
This could lead to new attacks and vulnerabilities for iOS, but jailbreaking might also come back. That means the release of the source code could amount to a gold rush for many researchers.
Asian shares tumble after Dow has worst day since 2011
In early Wednesday trading the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 228.25 points, or 0.92 per cent, at 25,141.02. That's an important metric because it excludes the impact of stores that have opened or closed recently.