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An hour and a half into the livestream, Fischbach and his moderators caught onto this trend, but the damage had been done by the time the viewers were warned. On Nov. The termination of accounts would be infuriating enough on its own. However, many people whose accounts were restricted or even terminated had their appeals denied. People's subscriptions that they paid money for disappeared. People's content vanished.
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