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In this video, Lilo discusses Streaming & Copyright Infringement?!

Lilo Nash talks about possible copyright infringement for streamers and YouTubers. So far gaming development companies aren’t throttling. However, things may change in the future considering this is now a billion dollar industry. Can streamers claim Fair Use Exemption? Will we have to gain licensing in the future to post gameplay?

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12 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #63: Streaming and Copyright Infringement?!

  1. Grecy Garcia says:

    If someone is sharing what they know online, as long as they are not owning the information and put credit to where it came from, I think that is not plagiarism and does not violate copyright. Also, not putting something not your own and only sharing what you know is kind of safe.

  2. More people should definitely know more about copyright issues. Especially nowadays where you can get information everywhere making plagiarism easier.

  3. I agree. Fair Use is an extremely helpful guideline. It helps everyone in the internet to share their knowledge and skills, and at the same time get the right credits or copyright to them.

  4. moondebi says:

    Copyright violation needs to be addressed. Otherwise gaming companies may throttle the systems though so far they have not. This industry is increasing by leaps and bounds. There should be guidelines before it’s late.

  5. photography1257 says:

    Oh come on gaming companies! Why do they do this for streamers!?

  6. bobstravel77 says:

    This issue is pretty strict for Japanese companies. I am told they don’t like this kind of promotion.

  7. kadoyatsukasa123 says:

    I know patents and rights is a must since we are dealing with business properties!!! However here is the thing I believe in the power of promotion. If they upload it and not claim it as their own then no problem. For one they already bought it and if I can get more promotion then its fine by me.

  8. alexsummers123 says:

    As long as they do not claim it as theirs then its okay. As you said it is promotion and free at that.

  9. nnaemeka2016 says:

    I think when streamers and youtubers make comments on the video games they post online, it is free advertising for the game developer. That is something they would allow. But it is possible that fair use exemption would be applied to these streamers and youtubers. Only time will tell.

  10. Albeneth says:

    Copyright infringement for streamers and YouTubers seems a serious issue about fair use. Does it mean that users can only use the parts of the material that are unprotected as it is regulated by law?

  11. Copyright infringement? I guess they also need to post certain guidelines. I just wonder how it would change the gaming landscape in the future.

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