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is it necessary to ask permission from devs when recording non-profit videogames


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#1 kyle25011193

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Posted 06 May 2018 - 09:20 AM

Sorry im just curious.



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Posted 06 May 2018 - 12:19 PM

My take on such...is the same as my take on TV programs...and, particularly, sports events on TV...that routinely trumpet their routine blurb about "any recording/rebroadcast, etc. of this program...is expressly forbidden by the "network/originators/etc." without the approval of ...".

 

Since movies, programs, TV shows have all been routinely copied without such questionable requests...by everyone since the days of "VCR versus Betamax"...people have ignored such arcane blurbs.

 

Website content is somewhat different in that each website owner is responsible for protecting (if that's what the goal is) website content and it behooves each of us to read the terms of use/access posted by each website before deciding that we wish to copy website content.

 

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