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  1. 226 votes

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    DJMones1 commented  · 

    This has already been addressed as the host can authorise "an editor" to do this.

  2. 11 votes

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    DJMones1 supported this idea  · 
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    DJMones1 commented  · 

    This issue needs to be addressed 100%. No other online software permits multiple logins. You've many twitch users who will "**** talk/harass/bully" others in the chat and then hide behind their actual (and I know personally of two members who are Twitch Partners) ID's who fall into this category. Quite similar to how Norton or ITunes (not an ad) it should be tied to 2 maximum decides and that's it, until you remove one from the list and engage another.

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    DJMones1 commented  · 

    I believe the issue revolves around GDPR, EU based privacy laws. As there is no law covering this particular issue in The States, as far as Europe goes, in order to publish a website or gain access to it inside or outside the EU, you must give consent to cookies or be given an option to deny or accept. Many US users will already be aware of this when accessing any EU website and EU users will be blocked from many US sites that either has no conformed to the law regarding the internet or refuse by way of their IT specialists to comply with regulatory requirements to do so. It doesn't quite fall under a picky way of doing things but just international compliance....such as the RFID chips in your passports to identify who or in this case where you are as a user and to comply with privacy settings. I would imagine once the Americas catch up with this law the email options will return.