Viewers should be able to report copyright misuse rather than relying on the copyright owner
Currently, only the owner of the work or the agency on behalf of the rights holder can submit a DCMA claim on a stream or a VOD.
However, as a viewer of a few channels, it's clear that some streamers are actively streaming music and video from services like YouTube and Spotify on a regular basis. Attempting to report these streamers links to pages with information with how to report, but "only if it's my work that's being infringed"
One such user was so blasé about their infringement that they openly claimed on stream that "it doesn't matter about DMCA because Twitch will just mute that portion of the VOD". Of course, no DMCA strikes have been issued on that channel (well, none they have publicly mentioned, and because of the fact that they still regularly stream copyrighted material)
I propose a website and rule change such that any channel viewer can flag a stream or VOD for review where the streamer is using copyrighted material.
Granted, this can be abused and so perhaps, if there are too many claims from a single user where the claim was reported falsely, then some penalty can be issued to the reporting user but only in false claims. Reporting users should have the ability to comment or appeal claims they have made with supporting evidence, for example, the ability to point to a timestamp where it's blatantly obvious that copyright infringement is occurring.