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Submitted by timcolwill 819d ago | opinion piece

Why gamers need to be scared about copyright laws

With the United Nations getting ready to draft harsh internet censorship laws to prevent copyright infringement, Sega taking down fan videos left right and centre, and American lawmakers worried about counterfeit baby food harming American babies, the world of copyright is a scary place. Let gaming lawyer Patrick Vuleta explain it all for you. (Industry)

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