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Twitch will start buying licenses for songs to use in streams

After last month's gigantic copyright strike and subsequent apologies for it, Twitch is poised to improve the experience for both viewers and streamers, major victims of the DMCA. Inside a ...
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Twitch apologizes for the handling of DMCA notifications

Twitch was forced to post a statement regarding the wave of DMCA violation notifications it has received over the past year. The site apologized for the poor handling of the situation, but ...
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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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[18+] Nintendo closes development of an Eroge on Peach

In 2012, a developer by the name of Ivan Aedler rose to the forefront of the hottest news through an eroge about Peach: Peach's Untold Tale. Inspired by a hentai, the game quickly reached the million ...
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Nintendo wants to make Super Mario 64 disappear from the internet for PC

An Ultra HD version of Super Mario 64 for PC has been circulating since early May. However, the project, which has been in development since November, has attracted the attention of Nintendo. The TorrentFreak website reports how ...

Nintendo against emulation - The Github case

Yesterday we told you about how Nintendo has acted against two famous ROM sites to fight the emulation that in its way would damage its sales policies. In the same vein, the Big N has ...

Atlus also drops its banhammer

A few days ago we told you about how Nintendo blocked the Super Mario 64 Online project, but the Big N is not the only house that makes itself heard from a legal point of view ...

Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, new details on the Borderlands spin-off

The Borderlands saga is preparing to expand with Tiny Tina's Wonderlands, a spin-off that explores the concept of the famous DLC of the second chapter, entitled ...

Pokémon Unite is now officially available for download also ...

Since its launch on Nintendo Switch last July, Pokémon Unite has conquered peaks of popularity on the eShop, also thanks to continuous patches ...

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