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Twitch And Music Industry Strike A Deal, But It’s Not Great

Last year a music industry crackdown on streaming site Twitch resulted in copyright strikes and a mass deletion of videos, as the National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) sought to cut down on streamers playing licensed music. Twitch has now made a deal with the NMPA, but for streamers it’s not exactly a…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Take-Two Is Removing Old GTA Mods Using DMCA Notices

Rockstar Games’ parent company, Take-Two Interactive, has spent the past week or so using DMCA takedown requests to remove old Grand Theft Auto mods. The publisher hasn’t explained why it has started this sudden removal of old mods.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Roblox is Being Sued By Music Publishers For $200 Million

The National Music Publishers’ Association is suing Roblox for at least $200 million, claiming that the platform’s games are “illegally using songs from numerous artists”.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Roblox is Being Sued By Music Publishers For $200 Million

The National Music Publishers’ Association is suing Roblox for at least $200 million, claiming that the platform’s games are “illegally using songs from numerous artists”.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Roblox is Being Sued By Music Publishers For $200 Million

The National Music Publishers’ Association is suing Roblox for at least $200 million, claiming that the platform’s games are “illegally using songs from numerous artists”.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Twitch DMCAs Just Keep Coming

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: The music industry is taking aim at Twitch, this time to the tune of “about 1,000 individual claims,” according to the company. Twitch’s solution? Second verse, same as the first: Delete, delete, delete.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Lone Developer Stands Up To Grand Theft Auto DMCA Claim, Wins

Earlier this year fans reversed engineered the source code to Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. They released it to the web, but Grand Theft Auto copyright holder Take-Two pulled it offline via a DMCA claim. But now one fan’s stood up to the publisher and succeeded in getting the fan-derived […]

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Lone Developer Stands Up To Grand Theft Auto DMCA Claim, Wins

Earlier this year fans reversed engineered the source code to Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. They released it to the web, but Grand Theft Auto copyright holder Take-Two pulled it offline via a DMCA claim. But now one fan’s stood up to the publisher and succeeded in getting the fan-derived […]

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Report: CD Projekt Red Issuing DMCA Takedowns To Keep A Lid On Hacked Source Code

Maker of The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, CD Projekt Red, is hitting Twitter users with Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedowns for sharing links to Gwent source code, according to a recent report by Vice.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Take-Two Goes After Reverse-Engineered Grand Theft Auto Code

Last week we shared the good news that the source code for Grand Theft Autos III & Vice City had been reverse-engineered, allowing folks to port the games and come up with cool new mods. Now, we bring you the predictable news that publisher Take-Two Interactive are not happy.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Twitch to crack down on post-quarantine DJ set performances

As gamers, DJs, and the like have taken to Twitch for their streaming needs throughout the duration of lockdown, the service has initiated a stringent reinforcement of their music guidelines that has resulted in a massive takedown of creator content. In the past week, the popular streaming platform witnessed a wave of Digital Millennium Copyright […]

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Atlus Files Copyright Strike Against PS3 Emulator That Advertised Persona 5

Atlus has filed a Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown against the creators of the Playstation 3 emulator RPCS3, previously noted for running Persona 5. With the emulator, the game would be playable on PC, which doesn’t officially run the game.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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