Minimum Suspension Times
I propose that Mixer implement time spans on suspensions for rule-breaking in a similar fashion to other platforms with a minimum suspension of time of 24 hours.
This will make it more clear cut on how long a user will be suspended at minimum for breaking Mixer's rules
(I am aware some violations may require longer but feel this should be a minimum)
Truth Hurts commented
Yes the current system is a joke. I was partnered , and suspended on Mar 3rd . Suspended would lead you to believe it was temporary. I requested a timeline on Mar 21st , I wasnt told until JUNE 27th that my suspension is now magically permanent . Why call it a suspension a suspension , or in Mar tell me I WASNT banned. Instead I had false hope for months just to have it flushed down the toilet today, cuz I didn't even kno they responded 3 months later. Another thing call me crazy , but I dont think partners should ever be allowed to be a staff memeber, or a guardian member, or in control of punishing creators . Cuz if party A , doesn't like party B , and is charge of the creators fate that is clearly a conflict of intrest. Guess what your staff have cliques with other partners …. Shocking
I agree with this completely I think it would allow for a little transparency.
Lmao yea... Yea I could get behind this..
@hades2824 What I am asking for has nothing to do with that. The rules apply for everyone and I would be suspended for showing cleavage as well because it falls under the streamer clothing rules of the site, I just feel we should have something uniform as a minimum (not a maximum) for anyone who breaks our terms of service
I feel women are unjustly suspended due to how they dress as long as the nipples are covered like ninja_tease who was unjustly suspended because she showed cleavage I feel mixer staff are sexist towards women and the men are allowed to dress and do whatever they want. I am very disappointed in mixer policy towards women prove me wrong mixer unsuspend ninja_tease
This is one of those things you'd expect to actually be a thing. I'm totally surprised it isn't. What do they currently do? Just throw a random number and hope for the best?
Jesper Driessen commented
As a partner who received a suspension and did not know if he was able to return to streaming at all until after 48 hours... I support this!
As many people have seen, there was a stream on the frontpage that was blatantly showing nipples & got suspended but was back within 5 minutes.
A minimal suspension time would give both the caster and the Mixer team time to properly evaluate, educate and make decisions.