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BlizzConline, Twitch replaces Metallica's performance with hilarious results

Copyright infringement on streaming platforms has been a very hot topic in recent months, especially on Twitch, where it caused a real earthquake that erased entire archives of past lives ....
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A writer sued Activision for stealing a character from him

When we think of the work of a writer, the image that forms in our mind is the author of books, but in reality most of the people who carry out this profession do something else. Many of them are ...
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The US wants to make copyright infringement while streaming a criminal offense

Once a year comes the time when the US government is in danger of shutting down. It is the moment when Congress finds itself having to raise the spending ceiling of the state, in ...
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The controversy of Alex Hutchinson's tweets on Twitch live copyright

It was predictable that Twitch's action against DMCA violations by streamers would cause mixed reactions. In addition to what we all could have expected, however, there has also been a less expected one, ...
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It's not Twitch's fault that the copyright is wrong

Disclamer: This article is about copyright, but I haven't studied law. I have studied copyright, its history and the theory behind it, but I am not an expert in regulations ...
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Twitch complied with the DMCA, thousands of videos deleted

After YouTube, Twitch has also decided to comply with the rules of the Digital Millennum Copyright Act. Amazon's platform complies with the demands of the music industry, and has removed videos in which audio appeared ...
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Nintendo sued a TikTok star, and won

We all know how aggressive Nintendo is in protecting the intellectual property of its products. We have seen it with the case of Super Mario 64 PC, the Kyoto company is always ready to remove from ...
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Twitch wants to make it easier for you to use copyrighted music

The internet and copyright laws never got along. The favorite battleground of these two worlds has been, since the days of Napster, music. Improper use of covered tracks ...

Dragon Age 4 won't be out until 2023 according to some sources

Dragon Age 4 probably won't see the light for a couple of years. This is what was reported by the well-known Jeff Grubb, now specialized in ...

Respawn Entertainment is working to develop a new "single-player adventure"

Respawn Entertainment, one of the top studios under the umbrella of Electronic Arts, is officially working on a new "single-player adventure" project. To announce it is ...

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