Angela HessionVice President Twitch for trust and security, reported thatthat the platform is changing its ban policy. If earlier streamers could not always understand why they were blocked, now the company will strive to “report more details”. In this case, the reason for the ban will be visible only to the owner of the channel. Whether to share subscribers with her is a personal matter for everyone. Also, blocked users will be able to appeal against separate subsite in case they consider their ban unfair.
However, as the Vice President for Security explained Rob Lewington, the blocking accuracy is 99%. Therefore, the likelihood of appealing the decision in practice is minimal.
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