Game Devs Abuse Copyright to Censor Negative YouTube ReviewTorrentFreak
Oct. 21, 2013
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Millions of gamers around the world rely on the hard work of professional reviewers in order to decide where to spend their hard-earned cash. Of course, opinions can swing both ways but these days itís apparently possible for companies to censor the ones they donít like, Over the weekend TotalBiscuit, a top reviewer with more than a million subscribers, was subjected to a bogus copyright complaint from Wild Games Studio which silenced his highly critical review of their game Day One: Garryís Incident.