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No nudity, please, we're GAMING: Twitch asks players to cover up

dan1980

"It's possible that Twitch is being told to be a bit more family friendly by its new owners, Amazon. But what's more likely is that some people have been engaging in anti-social behavior online and Twitch wants to put a stop to it."

No, no - it's the first one.

Independent service gets bought by big company; big company changes the terms of use to get rid of anything that doesn't fit their brand. So much for keeping their 'independence'.

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