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Nintendo Issues Mass DMCA Takedown, 379 Fan-Made Games Forcibly Removed

Nintendo’s legal team strikes again.

A total of 379 fan-made games have been removed from gaming website and hosting service Game Jolt after Nintendo of America issued a mass DMCA takedown.

As reported by TorrentFreak, Nintendo of America’s legal team sent DMCA notices to the offending site in December. The warning, which has been published online by Game Jolt co-founder and CEO Yaprak DeCarmine, reads, “Certain material posted on the web site located at gamejolt.com infringes trademarks owned by Nintendo. Nintendo requests that you disable public access to certain pages of the web site located at gamejolt.com based on the following information.”

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Nintendo’s legal team strikes again.

A total of 379 fan-made games have been removed from gaming website and hosting service Game Jolt after Nintendo of America issued a mass DMCA takedown.

As reported by TorrentFreak, Nintendo of America’s legal team sent DMCA notices to the offending site in December. The warning, which has been published online by Game Jolt co-founder and CEO Yaprak DeCarmine, reads, “Certain material posted on the web site located at gamejolt.com infringes trademarks owned by Nintendo. Nintendo requests that you disable public access to certain pages of the web site located at gamejolt.com based on the following information.”

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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