In SOPA's Wake - The Future of Gaming


"On one level, what this all boils down to is who is responsible for policing and tracking copyrighted information on websites that allow the public to upload information onto their databases. Sites like YouTube have a lot of copyrighted content posted on a daily basis, and with current laws as they stand, it is the duty of the IP holder to monitor the site for their own content as opposed to YouTube (much easier said than done). Though a legitimate concern of copyright holders to want compensation for their intellectual property, legislation like SOPA, PIPA, and ACTA are widely seen as extreme overkill by the opposition, essentially using a sledgehammer to do a scalpel’s work."

The BnBGaming panel discuss in their Friday Roundtable.

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