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The streamer said other creators could potentially put their platforms at risk. “As soon as one large steamer received the DMCA’d, another began to test the waters for another hazardous content (Toast with Deathnote),” he wrote. Countless streamers have interacted with the copyright-protected content, and some of the site’s top content creators have streamed a wide range of titles — from Lord of the Rings arrive Super Chef—On their channels.
The first ban on this content may have been issued, but streamers have yet to grasp the gravity of the situation, according to CohhCarnage. “Poki removes the two-day ban and promotes her comeback stream with a smile,” he said, referring to Pokimane’s recent ban. Pokimane, one of the biggest streaming players on the platform, suspended 48 hours after streaming Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Cohh continues to write about the potential legal ramifications of the recent trend. “I can’t imagine any license holder not seeing what’s going on and realizing the fundamental problems with both the creator AND the platform,” streamer wrote. “I hope Twitch is legally locked because [it’s] Not a good look at all. ”
CohhCarnage’s comments have sparked debate around Twitch’s crimes and whether penalties should apply to the streamer or the platform. While the future of replayed content on Twitch is unclear, it appears that the eyes of publishers and license holders are beginning to turn to the platform.
https://dotesports.com/streaming/news/cohhcarnage-on-streamers-risking-dmcas-theyre-speedrunning-getting-this-site-in-incredibly-hot-water CohhCarnage on live streamers risking the DMCA: ‘They’re quickly getting this site into extremely hot water’