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Electronic Frontier Foundation want DMCA exemption for online games "no longer supported" by studios

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is targeting that pesky Digital Millennium Copyright Act, specifically they're after some exemptions to the law when it comes to online-dependent games being 'switched off' by its creators.

They argue people should be allowed to tweak the game to keep it working for "continued play, preservation, research, or study." They cite fair use as the basis of the argument, as it violates no copyright.

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IGiveHugs2NakedWomen1137d ago

Developers should readily give permission to allow people to mod games that they no longer support.

Finally, an interesting story that doesn't involve some idiot trying to bash PSN, DriveClub, or the Xbox One.