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The Devil Works Hard — But Twitch Works Harder

Copyright laws are taking down popular Twitch streamers — one ban at a time.

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the fire nation attacked

Imane Anys (Pokimane) tweeted this out a few days ago after receiving a DMCA takedown notice. Twitch caught her live streaming an episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender to her 20,000 viewers…

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