AT & T and Hasbro have become the latest firms to pull out YouTube ads over allegations that pedophiles leave offensive comments about video kids on the platform.
The telecommunications firm and toymaker follow the food giant Nestle, which on Wednesday said that it also "suspended" their announcements.
YouTube said it has turned off comments for millions of videos that "may be subject to predatory comments." 1
The latest charges came on Wednesday when the YouTube logger argued that pedophiles captured innocent children videos and tagged them in the comments section
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Matt Watson also stated that stamps of time remained on the video marking the baby's nursing.
Vlogger said announcements for companies such as Nestle and Disney have been working before a video that allows YouTube to "monetize" the operation.
AT & T, the largest American telecommunications company, said: "To Google [which owns YouTube]] can protect our brand from offensive content of any kind, we remove all YouTube ads."
Hasbro said that "suspend all ads on YouTube, and turned to Google / YouTube to understand what they are doing to solve this problem and prevent such content from appearing on their platform in the future."
Disney and McDonald's also reportedly suspended their ads.
And Epic Games, a manufacturer of popular online video games Fortnite, said that "suspended all advertising before the roll" on the platform.
YouTube said she had "immediate action" by removing account violators and reporting
She also said that people with disabilities comment on tens of millions of videos that "may be subject to predatory comments."
"We still need to do and we continue to work on the improvement and
YouTube has in the past faced such a problem.
Part of its system for reporting sexual comments that remain on children's videos is not functioned correctly During the year, as established by BBC Trending, in 2017 many companies, including AT & T, Marks & Spencer and Audi, appeared in the year 2017 when they were in the past after they came out along with videos promoting the conspiracy theories, white nationalism and terrorist groups.  Despite the growing pressure on Google and YouTube to break off the offensive content, advertising revenue continues to grow.
Their parent company, Alphabet, earned nearly $ 137bn (£ 105bn) of revenue in 2018, up 23% than in the previous year