Good afternoon, by “staff” I meant you and other moderators first of all, because you know the answer to my question better than other developers. Thank you very much for answering and sorry for such a long response on my part.
So, look, my understanding is that there are still banned terms on Twitch where a single report would be enough and a person would be banned in a couple seconds. I’ve personally sent a report on violators and video one letter in the mail with the receipt of a complaint and a couple of seconds later another where the person is already banned. For example, in the CIS region, it is definitely 3 very popular words that: insult gays, dark-skinned people and people with disabilities (I probably will not write them, so as not to be banned because of the topic on the forum, where I wonder how to avoid this😆). These 3 words are already some kind of setting in people’s minds that they can’t be said unequivocally. But, for example, that Twitch can ban in situations where a person writes that he is, for example, 8 years old, which does not yet give the right to register and use the site - no, and such people fly to a permanent ban.
Next, you made me very happy when you said that content matters. In case of spotify-bot, indeed, it writes that it added a track to the queue, writes artists, track name, how long it lasts and a link to the track in spotify. So, if I understand correctly, I should not be banned if the bot, for example, writes that he put this track in the queue: https://i.imgur.com/o6bA9d8.png ? The title of this track is the 2 popular banned words in CIS mentioned above, for which they are instantly banned. If I write them in context, where it is perfectly clear that I’m not just insulting someone, and that I just put the track in the queue, but this track has just such a title?
You also say that my problem, allegedly, does not really exist, but if you take a system with custom commands, where third-party people can put their answers to the command, where already by the context, it will be considered as if I am offending someone, although my bot just responded to the command, which was hammered into it with forbidden words. What should I do here? I can still write a filter in Russian, but, suddenly, it will make an answer with a forbidden word, for example, in Spanish. I can’t download all the words in the world and use them to track banned words. I would just go crazy and it would take up a huge amount of disk space. What should I do if I just want to help some streamers and make a system of custom commands, but so that I don’t get banned if a third party writes a banned term in response to a command. So there’s no way?