YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki says she isn’t going to kick controversial online star Logan Paul off the platform. Speaking at the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, CA. today, she said Paul would stay for now because he didn’t violate any specific policies when he posted a video of a person who committed suicide. YouTube responded to the outrage by temporarily suspending advertising on Paul’s account, but has not permanently banned him. “He hasn’t done anything that… Read entire story.