Twitch has filed a lawsuit against the trolls who used to stream porn and murder in the section Artifact

Twitch подала в суд на троллей, которые стримили порно и убийства в разделе Artifact

In late may, the Twitch viewers decided to revive a section dedicated to card game Artifact, and filled the ethers with pornography, memes, movie and shots of the massacre of Muslims in New Zealand. The administration of the streaming sites do not appreciated people’s initiative and ban the trolls, and banned the new account to run the stream. In June, the company has taken even more serious measures.

According to Bloomberg, the owners of the service of Twitch Interactive, Inc. filed for jokers to court. In the lawsuit, the defendants listed as “John and Jane DOE 1-100” (John and Jane Does 1-100) – this means that their names and number are not installed.

The company accused criminals in the illegal use of trademarks, breach of contract with Twitch, fraud and bad faith use of the platform. The owners of the site want the court prohibited the defendants to use the court and ordered them to reimburse the company for damages.

At the time of writing the news Twitch-section Artifact looks more or less decent. Four users seem to really stream any game from Valve, one shows simulator martial arts UFC 2, and one Gachimuchi remixes (if you don’t know? it’s not Google). Broadcast watching 128 people.

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