Reddit has started a closed test for their new streaming service, the Reddit Public Access Network. A select number of users are currently able to livestream themselves and showcase the footage on the app or reddit website. The test ends on August 23 at 8 p. Once there, you'll be introduced to a myriad of channels with active chat rooms that can be upvoted or downvoted. This creates a system that automatically filters content through community interaction. There are very strict rules for this test, with reddit moderators watching each streams to make sure the site's code of conduct isn't broken. All streams need to follow reddit's rules and must be safe for work; meaning there's no nudity, sexual content or dangerous behavior allowed.
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People on Twitter are currently celebrating the fact Amouranth has been banned from Twitch for nudity. ASMR artist and Twitch streamer Amouranth has been banned from the aforementioned platform for "accidental nudity" during one of her livestreams on September 8. And thanks to the streaming platform having a history of supposedly turning their cheek to the mishaps of females online, Twitter is currently full of elation with some saying the "plague is over. Amouranth is an internet celebrity with over one million followers on Twitch, and she's famous for her ASMR videos coupled with her adult cosplay on Patreon. Why is she banned? Amouranth has been banned from Twitch for "accidental nudity" which breaks the streaming platform's community guidelines about sexually explicit and suggestive content being prohibited. While talking to chat and occasionally playing with her dog on the floor, she accidentally exposed herself multiple times via upskirt when rolling about. As you can probably imagine, this immediately became a clip that was doing the rounds on Reddit and other social media forums. Yet, despite the swiftness of the clip being visible pretty much everywhere on social media, it took Twitch 12 hours to suspend her account.
Registered members submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down by other members. Posts are organized by subject into user-created boards called "subreddits", which cover a variety of topics like news, science, movies, video games, music, books, fitness, food, and image-sharing. Submissions with more up-votes appear towards the top of their subreddit and, if they receive enough up-votes, ultimately on the site's front page. Despite strict rules prohibiting harassment, Reddit's administrators spend considerable resources on moderating the site.