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    Hybridx86 commented  · 

    Ever since Twitch introduces GIF emotes some streamers have opted to make emotes that can trigger epilepsy. On more than one occasion mine has been triggered and I while I can report the emotes Twitch does not remove them and I still have to see them spammed. This is not a problem in a single channel but rather all across Twitch. This is a health issue and limits site wide accessibility.