Against the background of reports that a widespread pedophile network is working in YouTube video comments on children, several big companies have stopped their advertising campaigns. AT & T and toy maker Hasbro have become the latest advertisers following their example, CNBC announced on Thursday. protects our brand from offensive content of any kind. "Hasbro also said on the site that he stopped pausing his ad campaigns, adding that he had linked YouTube to this problem.
Grammarly and Developer Epnite Games This week, they said they turned to the answering company about how YouTube plans to keep its predatory behavior on its site. A spokesman for Nestlé also told Gizmodo on Wednesday that "all Nestlé companies in the US have stopped advertising on YouTube." videos of minors and especially young girls. Watson found that these people shared contact information and links, as well as time-lapse videos when children showed "compromising positions." "Any content – including comments – that threatens minors is disgusting and we have clear rules banning YouTube," a YouTube spokesman told Gizmodo in a statement Wednesday. "We immediately took action by deleting accounts and channels, reporting illegal actions by authorities, and disabling comments on tens of millions of videos that included minors."
Referring to sources familiar with the matter, Adweek reported that YouTube held conference "Representatives of all major advertising agency holding companies" and other clients as a result of new exploitation reports of children on its platform. Adweek said he had spoken to an agency person who expressed concern about YouTube's ability to manage the problem, especially given the fact that it was not the first time the company had been forced to confront this problem.
A YouTube spokesman said this week when the company has removed hundreds of commentator-related accounts for the videos in question. In addition to disabling comments about millions of videos of minors, the spokeswoman said the company has removed some videos that could put children at risk of predatory behavior.