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Twitch has filed a lawsuit against anonymous trolls. They broadcast on the platform porn and video shooting in New Zealand

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The company plans to reveal the identity of streamers and permanently ban them from using the service.

Owned by Amazon of Twitch, the company filed a lawsuit on streamers who broadcast on the platform, porn, video shooting in Christchurch, copyrighted movies and TV shows. This was reported by Bloomberg.

On may 25, an organized group of trolls began broadcasting banned content in the Artifact section of the game. Twitch said it removed these broadcasts and blocked the streamers ' channels, but the videos appeared again as they were published by bots. After the incident, the service banned new users from streaming for two days.

Artifact card game based on The DotA 2 universe from Valve Studio is considered the most unpopular game in Twitch. In April 2019, views of the game's streams fell to zero, so the trolls decided to attack this section, journalists suggested The Verge.

If the company is able to identify the streamers, the court will require to ban them from using Twitch in the future and pay compensation. Now claim the violators of the rules of the platform appear as "John or Jane DOE 1-100".

The Verge also noted that suing users is an unexpected decision, as other social networks, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, usually remove prohibited content and block violators, but do not sue them, threatening to reveal their identities.

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