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TimTheTatman has hilarious workaround to avoid DMCA, Kaceytron shut down mid stream

Streamers are finding entertaining "workarounds" to avoid DCMA, while others get punished during a live stream.

Twitch streamers have to be careful right now, and not play any Copyright music during their live streams. A plethora of streamers have already been issued with DCMA strikes, but some such as TimTheTatman and Esfand are finding hilarious workarounds.

Others, such as Kaceytron, have been hit hard, even being taken offline during a live stream, ironically while reading about Copyright.

 

TimTheTatman and Esfand - How to avoid DCMA strikes

While this is no joke to many streamers out there, it is great to see how some can find humour in the DCMA strikes. Both TimTheTatman and Esfand have shown their audience how to avoid DCMA strikes.

TimTheTatman shows us how to avoid DCMA strikes by using his headset to listen to music while turning off his stream's sound. 

 

 

Esfand, on the other hand, takes things one step further and shows us how to avoid DCMA strikes by singing a song himself.

 

 

Sure, he doesn't have the greatest singing voice, but it is better than getting DCMA'ed into oblivion.

 

Kaceytron gets taken offline

Streamer Kaceytron appears to have been DCMA'ed while streaming herself reading what Copyright is, listening to music which sounds quite a bit like Mozart. 

Most of her previous broadcasts have also been taken offline, as there is a big gap between "eight hours ago" to "four years ago" in her archived videos section on her Twitch.tv channel, which has over 500,000 followers.

 

 

Most of her previous broadcasts have also been taken offline, as there is a big gap between "eight hours ago" to "four years ago" in her archived videos section on her Twitch.tv channel, which has over 500,000 followers.

Many streamers and fans are furious about the DCMA strikes. Streamers have had a multitude of their archived videos removed due to DCMA strikes. 

 

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