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Why was the Pokemon Twitch banned?

Pokimane, one of Twitch’s most popular streamers, has been banned from the stage. Questionable, disrespectful of teachers’ rights.

There is a first time for everything. Pokimane, the streamer with 8.5 million followers on Twitch, has been suspended from service for the first time. His ban began on the night of January 8 and is expected to last 48 hours, according to Streamer.

What happened ?

Why was Pokemon banned? Streamer, real name Imane Anis, was watching a series with his fans at the time he was suspended. Celon polygon, She would have seen the cartoon Avatar: The Last Airbender (we strongly recommend a better series (but do not actually see the picture)), and would have been suspended for copyright infringement. On Twitter, Imane Anis responded by commenting first The fire struck the nation , Note on one of Avatar’s most famous quotes: The Lost Airbender.

However, he clarified following the suspension of his account for 48 hours. In celebration of his return to the stage, Pokemon promised his fans that he would be live until 12 noon on Monday.

Further

Pokemon did not accidentally see Avatar: The Last Airbender. One of Twitch’s latest trends is watching TV content live and commenting with your fans. Called “TV meta” In the United States, this practice is increasingly popular, but it is very dangerous. In fact, the distribution of content without the permission of the owners is not permitted, and Twitch uses the rule very seriously.

Why was the Pokemon Twitch banned?
Pokemon during a stream // Source: Pokimane / YouTube

Barriers to copyright infringement are very common on Twitch, and this is a problem for streamers in all countries. Not just streamers showing clips of movies or series: There may be restrictions on copyright infringement when clips of TV shows are shown. This is exactly what happened in France recently Channel of journalist Hugo Decrypt, Paused to comment on a discussion between Eric Zemor and Jean-Luc Mன்சlenchon on BFMTV, and With the Pirate Party Channel, Which aired the right-wing primary debate on BFMTV.

Update January 8 at 12:50 pm: An earlier edition of the article referred to the banning of the twitch channel by journalist Samuel Etienne. He was not suspended for copyright infringement, So we have withdrawn this note.

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