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    Martith supported this idea  · 
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    Martith commented  · 

    I agree that the context of the nudity need to be taken into account. However using, "Creative outlet," or, "It's art," would be quickly abused by people. This is the problem I see.

    I do not disagree. I do not view a body, in of itself, as a ****** object. The behavior is the more important aspect of nudity being ****** or just a nude person.

    In fact I am really ****** off that the topless rule ONLY APPLIES TO WOMEN. As if men lack nipples. As if topless men are never sexualized. As if no woman has a fetish for a "half naked" (as my mother always referred to it) guy.

    I think the context of questionable streams needs to be viewed by non-prude real human beings. That, however, costs them more money then they probably want to waste when it is easier to go, "Newp, just ban anything that people say has the color 'bright orange' because it hurts x groups feelings!"

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    189 comments  ·  Safety » Bots  ·  Admin →
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    Hi, I know that this is a very late response, but we’re hoping to find time to address this issue later this year. There are a few steps we’ll have to take to solve this problem in a way that will work for all streamers, but we understand the severity of the issue.

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    Martith commented  · 

    Just over a year later and no word on anything regarding the rampant usage of bots to self advertise and otherwise be pests? Fleas don't do much harm in small numbers. If left unchecked they multiply and become a very serious problem. Bots are no different.

    Even if you changed the bot TOS to require the author to state a clear purpose of the bot and (again, stating CLEARLY) a no-gimik way to remove the bot (i.e. locking it behind a "follower only" chat for example) would prove sufficient.

    The aforementioned change requires no coding, does not hurt the benign bots (which already follow those general guidelines - minus the follower-only chat for a few), and will make us (for the most part) happy as we can remove the bot from our IRC completely.

    Twitch claims they want what is best for the community. The bots are a festering problem and -not- best for the community.

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    Martith commented  · 

    Isn't that called "Hosting"?