This popular Periscope for Android would allow you broadcast live video to the world. Going live would immediately notify your followers, who could join, comment and send you hearts in real time. The more hearts you attain, the higher they flutter on the screen.
It is also enumerated that where there’s live content, there’s bound to be someone taking joy in some huge trolling. A little over a year after it has successfully launched, Periscope today enumerated that users could now moderate comments to prevent respective abuse and spam.
The system works effectively like this, suppose if you’re watching a stream and notice an inappropriate comment, users could easily flag it as “spam,” “abuse,” or “other reasons.” Then, Periscope would randomly pick other viewers who watched the stream when that comment went live and ask them to vote on whether that actual comment truly was offensive.
The result of the votes is then enumerated to those randomly selected, and if the majority agrees the comment was abusive, eventually that user would have their commenting rights temporarily disabled. If the offense is often repeated, they would properly be banned for the rest of the stream. Periscope did not convey whether it would ban those users entirely if they get flagged regularly.
It is also conveyed that system comes after the service had gone through recent strings of questionable content, respectively as live streamed suicide. Twitter also revealed that it was working with Periscope to develop an algorithm to scan content specifically which is meant for users to search for respective videos but might also assist flag inappropriate content and swiftly remove them.
Altogether Periscope for Android would qualitatively suggest people for you to follow based on your Twitter network. The users could always follow new people, or un-follow them if you don’t like to be notified when they go live. It is also possible to adjust notification preferences in Periscope settings of profile.
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