YouTube is going all out this week after the video giant was caught inadvertently perpetuating pedophilia. While countless channels and disgusting comments have already been purged, the company has shifted into overdrive by opting to de-monetize videos merely for having a vile comments section: “inappropriate comments could result in your video receiving limited or no ads.” This has sparked worry and outrage from those who make a living off the site, as they have little control over what is posted by viewers. YouTube has denied the allegations. A YouTube spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Beast that the site is limiting ads on videos that could attract predatory comments. Demonetizing videos over comment sections, rather than the actual content of the videos, is a drastic move for YouTube. But the platform has been left scrambling to win back advertisers after a viral video posted on Sunday showed how pedophiles use comment sections on the site to communicate with one another.