According to the Post sources, YouTube made exceptions for popular creators including Logan Paul, Steven Crowder and Pew Die Pie. The publication reported that YouTube has denied those claims, saying it enforces rules equally and tries to draw the line in the right places. YouTube makes money from ads on high traffic videos, and shares the revenue with their makers. When a creator breaks a rule, they might have their ads removed from their channels or uploads. Their videos could also get...

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