Activision issuing DMCA takedowns on Name of Obligation exploit movies

Activision issuing DMCA takedowns on Call of Duty exploit videos

Activision is issuing copyright strikes on YouTube movies that “promote dishonest and unfair exploits” inside its Name of Obligation collection, Eurogamer stories.

Gaming community Machinima warned its userbase in an e-mailed publication this week that movies showcasing glitches in Name of Obligation: Superior Warfare are at present being focused for DMCA takedowns, and affected accounts will obtain copyright strikes. YouTube customers who earn a number of copyright strikes danger having their accounts completely disabled.

“Activision is being notably vigilant about their Name of Obligation movies recently; issuing strikes on movies displaying glitches,” Machinima’s assertion reads. “When you publish movies highlighting these glitches, your channel could also be liable to obtain a copyright strike so please watch out.”

Activision issued a response to Eurogamer claiming that it intends to curb dishonest and unfair play inside Superior Warfare‘s multiplayer mode.

“We’re excited that so many followers are having enjoyable enjoying the sport and posting movies of their gameplay,” an Activision consultant wrote. “We love watching the movies ourselves. Sometimes, some people publish movies that promote dishonest and unfair exploits. As all the time, we maintain an eye fixed out for these movies – our degree of video claims hasn’t modified. We’re appreciative of the group’s help in serving to to make sure that everybody has one of the best enjoying expertise potential.”

[Image: Activision]

<a href=”http://www.engadget.com/merchandise/microsoft/xbox/one/”> Microsoft Xbox One </a>