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    MrNY2Cali commented  · 

    Each of these should be added into the appropriate sub forum uservoice categories. Title them like Twitch Safety Support - Add MOD chat in MOD View.

    As for MOD Stuff, as a MOD on multiple channels I'd like to see comments made on a users account even if I don't MOD for that channel. It will allow MODs to see patterns, and any MODs that submit violation reports on a specific user along with allowing screenshots or clip submissions so carry a special flag that prioritizes the request higher then other normal viewer requests who might be manipulating the system for nefarious, harassment or trolling purposes. With new flag priority system, give broadcasters an even higher priority status (Don't distinguish between affiliates and Partners) because lets face it, the platform is going in the affiliate dominated area & partners just get added activation and payout perks. Most "partners" don't even meet the new "partner" requirements to be partners.

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    The only way this becomes a viable option is if can do actual age verification checks. This is why they don't allow any nudity now, they tolerate some nudity in games because the "streamer" can't predict what might be in a game and Twitch isn't going to screen every portion of every game for that type of content.

    So they require a streamer to put a Mature flag but this flag isn't really enforceable and is only there to cover state, fedral and international law liability.

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    MrNY2Cali commented  · 

    Twitch allows users age 13 and up. The mature content flag isn't really intended for "age" related things its meant for Ads that might play. Twitch does 0 age check verifications. The no adult content is also a federal & international law thing. Twitch doesn't want to answer to federal or EU regulators. They are NEVER going to allow Adult games to be played because of this.

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