Make it clear what the ban lengths are for various offenses committed by streamers
The enforcement of Twitch's TOS is wildly inconsistent. As it stands, streamers who are banned for showing their genitalia on Twitch tend to be banned for a few days at most, often returning later the same week to increased attention and more success, and in many cases repeatedly violating the TOS to minimal punishment, while other streamers have been permanently banned for objectively less severe offenses. My proposal is a consistently enforced, publicly available list of offenses and their ban durations. This will stop Twitch from playing favorites with popular streamers, and will protect smaller streamers from unfair punishment simply because they lack the following to be critical of Twitch when a longer punishment is applied to them.
I agree. And i want to add: It would be a learning experience when streamers Understand WHY EXACTLY they get a ban.
Example: 1 h 3 m 5 s in to the stream Showed... said....
Now many do not understand the ban nuance, and thus won't learn, stopping the oil-spill of knowledge right there.
I also wonder if it is possible to see that a banned person (ip number i.e.) has it out for a channel.
Agree with mr.Go1den.
YES!! This needs to be a thing rather than it being such a grey area. Streamers who're banned for short periods for things considered crimes IRL is not acceptable.
Ban lengths and maybe other 'community service' consequences should be made 100% clear in the Twitch TOS in relation to the broken guidelines.