The sudden invocation of the Holocaust on Twitch highlights all the ways the Pentagon had no idea what it was getting into on Twitch.
The Pentagon has dug its heels in on Twitch. The Navy and Army have changed their chat policies and signaled they’re both here to stay.
The amendment would stop the Pentagon from spending money on recruitment using streaming video game platforms.
Australian streamer LyNcHy_AU sat down to vape and play some ‘Valorant.’ He didn’t know a magpie was stalking him until it was too late.
The measure would prevent the military from using funds to 'maintain a presence on Twitch.com or any video game, e-sports, or live-streaming platform.'
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The Navy, like the Army, appears to be violating the First Amendment.
During the stream, the Green Beret on camera characterized viewers asking about U.S. atrocities as "internet keyboard monsters" and said, "I'm bigger than you."
Twitch suspended the Trump campaign’s Twitch account for violating its restrictions against ‘hateful conduct.’
In Twitch Roulette, you're dropped into streamers' rooms with no other viewers, to break out of the usual rut.