When the largest platforms automate the handling of abuse reports, the malicious use of these tools becomes easy, and attractive to attackers.
It's the reason we need to move away from a centralized Internet.
If your livelihood depends on a platform like YouTube or Twitch, you should consider "mirroring" all of your content to a server YOU control.
You cannot get falsely banned from your own equipment. Period.
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* Discrete graphics comparable to an iGPU
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But it's got sharp corners, red accents, and an EPIC GAMER NAME.
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Who would win: A heavily secured datacenter with mantraps, biometric security and armed guards, or one red team bambi?
"We really want to hire you dude, after all we found your fabulous resume on LinkedIn! But first you're going to need to install this dubiously-named .exe file on your company computer, OK?"
YouTube to free multiple exabytes of disk space https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2019/01/youtube-updates-policies-to-explicitly-ban-dangerous-pranks-challenges/
Hacker, comedian, RED Scout fan, gold Ekko one-trick. Watching them sorting debris.
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