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Tech & Science streaming platform Twitch blocks Trump account for hate content

16:50  30 june  2020
16:50  30 june  2020 Source:   rp-online.de

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Twitch briefly suspended the account of President Donald Trump for violating the gaming platform 's policy on hateful content (AFP Photo/Martin Twitch , the gaming platform owned by Amazon, said Trump 's channel was suspended over rules violations and that the offending content was removed.

Twitch , Amazon.com Inc.’s live streaming site, has temporarily banned President Donald Trump ’s account for violating its rules. “In line with our policies, President Trump ’s channel has been issued a temporary suspension from Twitch for comments made on stream , and the offending content has

Washington. The streaming platform Twitch has temporarily blocked the account of the US Donald Trump campaign team. The reason for this is hate content and the violation of the community guidelines of the platform.

 Twitch hat die Inhalte von Trump gesperrt. © Sue Ogrocki Twitch has blocked Trump's content.

Several US media reported on citing a Twitch spokeswoman. Specifically, it is about two videos of Trump's campaign events, in which he described Mexicans as rapists and criminals. Video games are usually streamed on Twitch, which is part of the Amazon group. The platform has seen an average of over two million viewers per day in recent months.

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 Facebook blocks Trump campaign ads with the Nazi symbol Washington. The social network Facebook has blocked ads by US President Donald Trump's campaign team that contained a symbol used for political prisoners in Nazi concentration camps. © Christophe Gateau The Facebook logo. Facebook said on Thursday that the posts with a red triangle violated the rules of the online network against "organized hate".

Twitch , a streaming platform owned by Amazon mogul Jeff Bezos, has temporarily banned President Trump ’s account for “ hateful conduct” stemming from footage of the president’s speeches. Trump 's campaign created an account last year and used the platform to stream rallies and other events.

Twitch , the video streaming service popular with online gamers, has suspended an account belonging to the Trump campaign, becoming the latest tech platform to take action against President Donald Trump . Facebook removes Trump ads 'for violating our policy against organized hate '.

Over the past few weeks, social networks have acted against Trump content. For example, Twitter provided warnings to several of the President's posts. The Reddit platform blocked the popular group “The_Donald”, popular with Trumps supporters, which, according to the “New York Times”, recently had almost 800,000 members.

Facebook had been criticized for not taking action against controversial Trump posts. As a result of the debate about hate messages in social networks, numerous companies such as Coca Cola, Honda, Unilever or Starbucks have announced that they will suspend their social media advertising. Facebook now wants to act more against hate messages and false reports, as its boss Mark Zuckerberg emphasized.

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