YouTube has suspended the monetisation of Russell Brand’s YouTube channel following allegations made against the comedian and presenter. In a statement, the tech platform said it was taking the action on Brand's channel for "violating" its "creator responsibility policy" and "to protect" its users.
In recent years the media personality has built up over 6.6 million subscribers on YouTube by posting regular videos about things such as spirituality and politics.
Would you pay for Twitter? Because Elon Musk says X could go behind a paywall. In a livestream conversation with the Israeli Prime Minister on the platform, the billionaire SpaceX boss said a payment system was the only way to counter bots.
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