YouTube will make sure creators who step out of line can feel the consequences of their actions in a big way. After cutting off Logan Paul's ad revenue, the video platform has revealed its new policies written to address creators' "egregious actions." In other words, stunts that can cause a lasting damage to the reputation of the community among advertisers and the general public. If a YouTuber does something that "results in widespread harm" to the community, the Google-owned platform may remove their channel from Google Preferred and suspend their originals. The platform may also suspend creators' ability to earn ad revenue and even kick them out of the YouTube Partner Program. Finally, it can completely remove their channels' ability to appear in YouTube's home page, trending tab or watch next, effectively limiting the ways viewers can find their videos.