Twitch apologises for abrupt introduction of music filters


We reported last week on game-streaming service Twitch’s introduction of audio copyright filtering, muting the sound in videos uploaded by users that contained unlicensed music (Bulletin, 7-Aug-14). It’s fair to say there’s been quite a backlash from users, with many pointing out the difficulties in avoiding including such tracks in their videos. Now Twitch has...

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