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7 Jan 2014, 5:58 am by Casey Johnston
Reporters, including Ars’ own gaming editor Kyle Orland, snapped pictures and tried out the controller that Valve had designed for the new devices. [read post]
24 May 2013, 3:21 pm by TWiT
Hosts: Denise Howell and Evan BrownLegal implications of Let's Play videos, rights of publicity, copyright reform, and more,Guests: Derek Khanna and Kyle Orland .Download or subscribe to this show at twit.tv/twil.Talking points on DeliciousWe invite you to read, add to, and amend our show notes.TWiL on FriendfeedTWiL on FacebookAttorneys may submit a self-study form to their local CLE board seeking MCLE credit approval. [read post]
7 Nov 2018, 7:00 am by Jonathan Bailey
1: Researchers Can Now Legally Restore “Abandoned” Online Game Servers First off today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that the Library of Congress (LoC) has approved new exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) that will make it somewhat easier for researchers to restore online video games that have been abandoned by their creators. [read post]
10 Aug 2018, 8:00 am by Robert Kreisman
Kyle Wodzenski, 20 years old at the time of this accident, fractured his left index finger in a work-related incident. [read post]
10 Aug 2018, 8:00 am by Robert Kreisman
Kyle Wodzenski, 20 years old at the time of this accident, fractured his left index finger in a work-related incident. [read post]
21 Dec 2015, 9:55 am by Kyle Orland
(credit: Kyle Orland) A French consumer group has brought a lawsuit against Valve, saying that Steam and its required terms of service infringe on a number of European legal rights, including the right to legally resell purchased software. [read post]
1 Aug 2017, 6:00 am by Jonathan Bailey
With the way the sentence is structured and the possibility for parole, he will be eligible for release in April 2019. 3: Sony’s Legal Quest to Remove its Leaked Developer’s Kit From the Web Finally today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that Sony’s legal quest to remove a leaked PlayStation 4 software development kit (SDK) from the internet has also caught up homebrew SDKs and conversations about the leak. [read post]
31 Jan 2017, 6:00 am by Jonathan Bailey
Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: Resident Evil 7’s Denuvo Protections Cracked in Under a Week First off today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that the woes for Denuvo, the digital rights management (DRM) software used by many PC game developers, grow worse as Denuvo’s protection of the recently-released Resident Evil 7 was defeated within a week of release. [read post]
11 Sep 2019, 7:21 am by Jonathan Bailey
The case now heads back to the lower court with the injunction intact. 2: Nintendo Gets UK ISPs to Block Switch Piracy Sites Next up today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that Nintendo has secured a court order from the England and Wales High Court that will require ISPs in the UK to block access to five separate sites that Nintendo says enable piracy of games on its Switch console. [read post]
30 Apr 2020, 9:16 am by Jonathan Bailey
Further, she added that there was no evidence she actually agreed to those terms, at least not to the degree to allow for sublicensing. 3: Trials of Mana Demo Taken Down After Crackers Use it to Enable Piracy Finally today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that video game company Square Enix has pulled the demo version of Trials of Mana from Steam after it was discovered that it could be used to fool Steam into loading the full version of the game even for those that… [read post]
23 Mar 2020, 7:41 am by Jonathan Bailey
Further, Cox claims that the labels deliberately ignored a similar lawsuit filed by BMG against Cox, which saw the jury issue a much smaller award both in total and per work infringed. 3: Bethesda Apparently Broke its Own Denuvo Protection for Doom Eternal Finally today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that Bethesda appears to have made a large goof when it comes to distributing the new, highly-anticipated game Doom Eternal. [read post]
17 Jun 2020, 8:27 am by Jonathan Bailey
She is suing for both copyright infringement and a violation of her right to publicity. 3: Nintendo Issues Cease-and-Desist for Switch Modchip Installation Service Finally today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that Nintendo has sent a cease and desist letter to Logistics Consulting LLC, a Connecticut-based company that, up until recently, offered a service to solder modchips onto Nintendo Switch motherboards. [read post]
18 Jul 2017, 6:00 am by Jonathan Bailey
As such, Rimini claims that the dispute is actually a contract law matter and the injunctions should be set aside as it prevents them from serving their clients, which they are legally allowed to do. 2: DMCA takedown removes River City Ransom Underground from Steam Next up today, Kyle Orland at Ars Technica reports that a DMCA notice has removed the game River City Ransom: Underground from Steam but the issue isn’t the game’s license, but rather, it’s music.… [read post]
28 Dec 2011, 12:56 pm by Ken
It's not clear whether Kyle Orland refrained from asking him tough questions (for instance, about the wholesale plagiarism on his website) or whether he just elected not to print the answers. [read post]