An error occurred while saving the commentMage_Gage commented
I've had multiple run-ins with ManOfSteel, he's came into my stream and posted sexual comments, even threatening violence multiple times.
This shouldn't be that hard to stop. Something as simple as requiring a phone number for verification on sign-up (whilst blocking known burner phone numbers, and yes it's possible, I've ran into sites that block every burner phone app # imaginable, Google is one of them, even dating apps are able to do this)
Blocking 10minutemail domains, and other known burner mail domains. I have successfully created twitch accounts with burner email domains a few times, and it's very possible he's doing that. I've used sites that instantly detect burner email domains during sign-up, some of them are even forums that have very few users, and they are even able to circumvent this.
There are a few different solutions. They would not be that easy to implement by no means, but they are possible, and they need to be implemented. Security is essential to keep users safe.
There could be multiple communities facing the same type of harassment that we do not know about, and this would stop it from happening to other people as well.
Something needs to happen.
1,604 votesAdmindowski (Admin, Twitch) responded
Hey guys! We really appreciate the feedback that has been brought forth in this thread and just wanted to update you a little bit on what is going on.
This change was originally made to guard against raid bot attacks. While smaller raids are currently viewable in activity feed in the dashboard, we are working on a solution that treats raids equally while guarding against abuse tactics.