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Twitch will ban users for serious offline misconduct – Engadget

An expanded safety policy targets major safety risks to the Twitch community that emerge offline or on other platforms.

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will start taking disciplinary actions against people for misconduct that takes place offline or entirely on other platforms. The company says it may ban people for off-service misconduct under its expanded harassment and hateful conduct policy
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The service will still target misconduct that takes place both on and off of Twitch (say, if a user is harassing a streamer on its platform as well as Twitter). The updated policy adds a second category to tackle misconduct that doesn’t happen on…

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