CALIFORNIA:- YouTube says it is developing new policies to deal with video-makers who damage the reputation of the website. Chief executive Susan Wojcicki said “egregious” behaviour by video bloggers caused “significant harm” to the entire community of video-makers. The site has been under closer scrutiny after video blogger Logan Paul made a video which showed a dead body in a “suicide forest”. Many video-makers have been frustrated with YouTube’s policies. In a bid to stop advertisements appearing next to controversial content, YouTube has been using algorithms to identify content that it judges not to be “advertiser-friendly”.