‘Disney stops ads on YouTube because of abuse by paedophiles’

Disney would still have stopped ads on YouTube. The commenting system of the platform would be abused by a network of pedophiles, reports news agency reported Wednesday, Bloomberg based on anonymous insiders.

A vlogger discovered recently that YouTube users commenting system abuse to innocent uploaded videos of children in inappropriate poses.

Also appoint members of the pedofielennetwerk each other on videos in which children to see and upload they are compilations of material that they have in other videos have found.

Previously made large food companies Nestlé and Dr. Oetker and Fortnite-maker Epic Games announced at the moment no YouTube ads, to buy. On some videos that were abused, were advertisements of Disney and Nestlé.

In the videos vlogger Matt Wattson discovered, was in the past sixty days, some 8,000 dollars in ads spent, writes Bloomberg, on the basis of a YouTube spokesman.

“All content – including comments – that minors in danger, is awful,” said the spokesman. “We have clear guidelines that this on the YouTube ban. We have immediate action taken by the accounts and channels to delete, illegal acts to the authorities to report and unpleasant reactions to turn it off.”


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