Several content creators have complained about the lack of clarity when it comes to imposing bans.
During the last few months, Twitch has been controversial in controversy. Although most of the complaints from streamers revolve around strict copyright restrictions, the platform has also led other initiatives that have ended with terrible results. However, the application supported by Amazon does not give up in the face of obstacles and prepares new ways to communicate with its community.
We are studying how we can add more details so that people understand [el baneo]Angela HessionSpecifically, Twitch wants to improve the clarity with which it imposes bans on content creators who have violated any of its rules. After all, this notification explains that one of the laws of the platform has been violated, but unfortunately, it cannot specify when this violation occurred. Therefore, there are many streamers who don’t know how or when they made the mistake and can’t even verify it.
But according to Twitch VP of Trust and Safety Angela Hession, this could change in the coming months: “Safety is a journey, and this is the number one request from our community. So we’re looking at how we can add more detail.” for people to understand [el baneo]like the video itself. That is something that we are definitely working on, “explains the executive in The Washington Post (via Eurogamer). In this way, it is very possible that streamers begin to receive ban notifications that include a clip with the moment in which the act was committed. infringement.
Hession has not shared more details about this initiative, but promises more “specifications and clarity” as soon as they have an idea formed. At the moment, Twitch has been making questionable decisions and is even considering promoting an ecosystem with more ads and less income for content creators. In short, the platform has entered into a series of controversies that could have led to a massive flight of workers.
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