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Z2Live teams up with CocoaChina to bring its mobile games to China

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Z2Live, the US developer behind popular mobile games such as CocoaChina to bring its mobile games to the Chinese market. Beijing-based CocoaChina, a game developer itself, will contribute localization expertise to the projects, as well as knowledge on “monetization, distribution and piracy prevention” in China. “After meeting and evaluating several...
Z2Live teams up with CocoaChina to bring its mobile games to China

Livestream Calls Out Ustream and Justin.tv for Profiting Off of Piracy

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Livestream has issued an open letter touting its “zero tolerance” piracy policy while also comparing its policies against those of Justin.tv and Ustream, its closest competitors. The letter, which is addressed to “content and event owners” (i.e. potential customers), seeks to differentiate it how it treats piracy from the other...
Livestream Calls Out Ustream and Justin.tv for Profiting Off of Piracy

VOD Service Acetrax Shutting Down, Forcing Customers Through DRM Hoops To Retain Their Purchased Movies

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Does DRM stop (or even slow down) piracy? This question's hardly hypothetical. It's been answered with a resounding "no" all over the internet. Of course, it's been argued that DRM was never about piracy prevention, but instead was a vehicle for content owners to control the technology in the...
VOD Service Acetrax Shutting Down, Forcing Customers Through DRM Hoops To Retain Their Purchased Movies

Just Cause 2 Developer On Why It Won't Utilize DRM: 'It Treats Our Fans Like Criminals'

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Well, we've certainly heard plenty about DRM and shoehorned-in multiplayer recently, what with EA's recent Hindenburgish SimCity "launch." As was detailed all over the web, the only people hurt by these "features" were paying customers, many of whom spent $50-60 for a server Roulette wheel that limited users to...
Just Cause 2 Developer On Why It Won't Utilize DRM: 'It Treats Our Fans Like Criminals'

Blizzard co-founder addresses players' Diablo III concerns

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Despite registering six million players in just over two months, Diablo III's rollout has not been without its problems. Posters on Blizzard's official forums have not been shy about pointing them out. Today, Blizzard co-founder Mike Morhaime addressed some of the most common complaints head on, promising continued focus on...
Blizzard co-founder addresses players' Diablo III concerns

Just Cause 2 Developer On Why It Won't Utilize DRM: 'It Treats Our Fans Like Criminals'

www.techdirt.com
Well, we've certainly heard plenty about DRM and shoehorned-in multiplayer recently, what with EA's recent Hindenburgish SimCity "launch." As was detailed all over the web, the only people hurt by these "features" were paying customers, many of whom spent $50-60 for a server Roulette wheel that limited users to...
Just Cause 2 Developer On Why It Won't Utilize DRM: 'It Treats Our Fans Like Criminals'
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