Cooldown period for new streamers
A potential new safety feature for Twitch could be a mandatory cooldown period between streams for new and/or unverified accounts. This cooldown period would require a user to wait a certain amount of time, such as 24-48 hours, before they are able to stream again.
This feature is needed because it can help prevent malicious or harmful content from being streamed on the platform. It's not uncommon for new or unverified accounts to be created for the sole purpose of trolling, harassing, or otherwise violating Twitch's community guidelines. By implementing a mandatory cooldown period, Twitch can give its moderation team time to review the content of new or unverified accounts, ensuring that it meets the platform's standards before allowing them to stream again.
Additionally, this feature can help prevent users from burning out or overextending themselves by requiring them to take breaks between streams. For instance, grandpoobear knowingly groped thedragonfeeney and you can google search more about it. Streaming can be a mentally and physically exhausting activity, and it's important for users to take care of themselves to prevent burnout and maintain a healthy work-life balance. By enforcing a cooldown period, Twitch can encourage users to take the necessary time to rest and recharge before streaming again.