Onerpm.com (a music distribution company) makes bogus copyright infringement claims against original artists as a front for deleting their accounts. Once the artist account is wrongfully deleted onerpm goes from taking the agreed upon 15% cut, to taking the full 100% cut. 549 more words
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I’ve made a couple posts in the past year or so complaining about the state of physical PC games in North America. Most people seem assume it completely died out years ago, or are on the opposite end of the spectrum and get surprised by recent revelations… 1,112 more words
Now that Bayou Maharajah has had an airing at the ultimately inconsequential bricks and mortar “vanity marketing” film festivals (good for the CV but not for the bank account) and other miscellaneous one-off showings, the broader populace can now view this documentary via the usual streaming outlets. 103 more words
Watch Book release video for Me Mia Multiple by Debashish Irengbam for Harper Collins India.
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Yes, the photo on this article is old, but that doesn’t mean it’s not effective in showing that Verizon has been involved in sports media for some time and is now a major player in the digital sports rights game. 302 more words
Since the last time I talked about DRM here we’ve had more time to see the effects of Denuvo. Instead of going through all the usual DRM talking points like sales or quality of services for paying customers versus pirates, I’m gonna focus on one thing: the perceived affect of DRM on the future preservation of games. 929 more words