Periscope Puts So Many Efforts to Stop Aggressive Comments on Live Stream

Periscope Puts So Many Efforts to Stop Aggressive Comments on Live Stream

The live video streaming apps of Twitter, Periscope takes new enforcement to prevent aggressive, troll and hate comments during the live stream. Earlier Periscope was facing problems to handle aggressive comments on the video. With this step, Periscope is taking the irrelevant comment seriously.

This all starts with the Medium Post of Periscope, titled with “A Safer Conversation”.  In this post, they are emphasizing on safe experience for broadcasters and viewers also.

Periscope has updated their Community guidelines and it applies to all broadcaster across Periscope.

If anyone comments violent comment regularly, their account will get surely suspended.

With the strong aggressive enforcement, Periscope would be the best platform for live streaming without any abusing comment.

Periscope also confirms that people can report any comment that seems to be abusing or violent.

Users can report a comment to Abuse, Spam or Other reasons. Then the group moderation can determine if the user can continue chatting on the live video stream.

However, Periscope team also review the reported comment to check if it’s eligible for suspending or not.

Also, they encouraged people to report comments to them and they will take action immediately.

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As Facebook Lives start spreading across the globe, Twitter’s Periscope is also one of the leading live streaming services.

But unlike Facebook’s Live, Periscope is taking action against abusing and aggressive comments and moderate them.

They want’s to make sure everyone feels safe whether it is from broadcasting side or viewers.

The new policy of Periscope will be on the action from August 10. Twitter has quite a bad reputation to turn a useful conversation into shit talks. So, Periscope is on the way to make the change on Twitter’s live videos more friendly.

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