Then seal arrest records six months after a person leaves custody.
A knowingly false DMCA claim is perjury. A copyright owner that cries wolf with the big megaphone of the DMCA could be looking at doing hard time.
I think the idea is that too many Carols and Bob ought to lose the right to cry wolf against Alice.
But again, the scene speaks for itself in that it has:
...copyright strikes from a game's publisher against a league for broadcasting the league's matches.
That's the one big difference between physical sports and electronic sports: electronic sports are almost always non-free. See "Why Nintendo can legally shut down any Smash Bros. tournament it wants" by Kyle Orland.
Activision Blizzard owns the exclusive rights to its games [...] Publishers [can] deny a license entirely and shut down a tournament's stream. [...] By contrast [...] Baseball leagues independent of MLB have existed and continue to exist.
that is different from professional sports in what way?
I just explained that. In professional sports, no entity has a government-granted exclusive right that lets it act as a gatekeeper for that sport. MLB has no power to prohibit another league unaffiliated with MLB from forming, playing baseball, and selling tickets to watch the match or stream matches on Twitch. Nor did the USFL and XFL need the NFL's permission to commence operations. Broadcast a video game, on the other hand, and expect a copyright strike.
When the kids were playing baseball and then grew up to play in the MLB... would it make sense to point at the crowd and talk about kids?
There's a difference. Activision Blizzard owns the exclusive rights to its games and has shown itself eager to enforce them (as in the bnetd case). Publishers of fighting games have been known to demand public performance royalties from tournament organizers or even to deny a license entirely and shut down a tournament's stream. I can fetch citations from Ars Technica and elsewhere if you want. By contrast, nobody owns the exclusive rights to baseball. Leagues like MLB can't ban people from baseball; they can only ban people from playing on MLB teams or MLB-affiliated minor league teams. Baseball leagues independent of MLB have existed and continue to exist.
They weren't extermination camps, but they weren't "sit around and play card matching game all day" camps either. Perhaps we can split the difference and call them "detainment with criminally inadequate nutrition and enrichment" camps.
Please explain to all of us how the privilege of reading up on the subject is worth $12 for the first article and then $29 per month if we forget to cancel afterward.
How is a debit card linked to a checking account any less "monitored and tracked nearly all the time" and "selling your freedom in the name of convenience" than a credit card set to auto-pay in full each month from the same checking account?
It's a shame we can't do something similar to get some changes made
well... how about a cookie?
Or how about a few quintillion cookies?
STOP USING CREDIT CARDS! Use cash whenever possible.
Sometimes it isn't possible. What should someone use to buy goods that aren't sold in any store within his home town, such as electronic parts in the post-RadioShack era?
Speaker's corner in Hyde Park has been the icon for that tradition since the 1850's.
Speaker's Corner isn't anything like the out-of-sight, out-of-mind free speech zones in the United States, is it?