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As her symptoms unfolded, Phan recounted feeling 'sad every day' and waking up feeling 'broken'.This led her to travel the world for nine months, visiting places such as Egypt, China and Europe, as she dealt with the downfall of her ill-fated cosmetics line Em, which she is relaunching this month.'I completely disappeared. I stopped uploading to You Tube,' Phan told Racked.
“We’ve begun an extensive review of our advertising policies and have made a public commitment to put in place changes that give brands more control over where their ads appear,” the tech giant said in a statement Wednesday.Google is facing a worldwide advertiser backlash over ads programmatically placed on You Tube in videos containing hateful, terroristic and racist messages, but the near-term impact from the controversy will be “minimal,” according to RBC Capital Markets analysts.“Yes, this is a headline negative and we can understand why brands would be upset,” RBC’s team of internet analysts led by Mark Mahaney wrote in research note Thursday.You Tube sensation Michelle Phan has broken her silence after a nine-month absence and revealed she took time off the internet as she coped with depression.The 30-year-old, who became one of the original beauty gurus when she launched her channel nine years ago, wasn't diagnosed by a medical professional but told Racked she had taken several online quizzes pointing to the condition.