Currently, YouTube makes it easy for pedophiles to access inappropriate videos of underage children. The videos, sometimes posted by children themselves, attract pedophiles and create a community for them to communicate in the comment section.
The announcement came the night before the busiest online shopping day of the year.
This is not the first time big brands have pulled their ads from YouTube. Earlier this year, brands like Proctor and Gamble and Verizon also froze spending on YouTube due to their ads running on videos that promoted hate speech and violence. Verizon has since resumed spending.