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Twitch streamers were issued tons of DMCA takedown notices today – Polygon

On Tuesday, Twitch sent out notices to streamers notifying them that content that violates music copyrights has been deleted from the site.

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Twitch has informed streamers across its platform on Tuesday that it has deleted content violating music copyright laws after receiving a sudden influx of DMCA takedown requests back in June. The company sent the notice to streamers on Tuesday. In it, the company said it would resume the normal processing of DMCA takedown notifications on Friday. It had paused processing requests after the summer influx.
DMCA, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, controls how copyrighted material is used onlin…

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