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Welcome to TechRaptor’s Weekly Respawn, a podcast dedicated to gaming and technology. Each week, we’ll respawn with a brand new cast to talk about relevant topics and products. This week, Travis Donnell respawns with Shaun Joy and Kevin Parsons to talk about “Content Creator Rights“.

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Here’s what we talked about:

– GameSpot using a YouTuber’s gameplay footage

– Tropes vs. Women using other people’s gameplay footage

– YouTube needs better moderation regarding DMCA claims

– Nintendo trying to control what content can be used

– Was Mortal Kombat X’s gold limiting patch implemented to push DLC


Thanks for joining us for TechRaptor’s Weekly Respawn, Episode 024 – “Content Creator Rights“! Have a comment? Did we miss a game or topic? Comment below!

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Travis Donnell

Creative Director

Creative Director & Producer @ TR



  • DynastyStar

    Thanks for doing these Techraptor 🙂

  • Regarding DMC claims – I was once hanging out with my younger brother in the conservatory, and a fat lazy bumblebee wanders in. My brother immediately freaks out, running past me through the door and locking me in with the bee. He refused to open the door, claiming the bee would get in with me.

    That’s what Youtube is under Google’s watch. Youtube immediately goes to DEFCON 1 when it comes to removing content, protecting only itself from threats both credible and imagined, while offering no protection to the people it makes money off of every day.

    Still trapped in this conservatory by the way, can someone let me out?