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The Daily Digital Lock Dissenter, Day 46: Battlegoat Studios

BattleGoat Studios is a Canadian software developer founded in 2000. The company has release several PC games that have won widespread recognition.  It has also been outspoken on copyright reform, providing a submission to the C-32 legislative committee that stated the following on digital locks:

The addition of one simple principle to C-32 would make the bill acceptable:

That the circumvention of Technical Protection Measures be permitted for non-infringing uses. This would meet the requirements of the WIPO treaties, and it would properly permit consumers to use their Fair Dealing rights and exemptions. It would still afford protection to content creators and publishers, especially against the “large scale” infringement that Ministers Moore and Clement say are the targets of Copyright Reform.


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December 7, 2011 3 comments News

Canadian Video Game Maker Criticizes C-32 Digital Lock Rules

Battlegoat Studios, an Ontario-based video game maker, has released its position on Bill C-32, criticizing the digital lock provisions in the bill.

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July 6, 2010 5 comments News

Geczy’s Open Letter to the Entertainment Software Association of Canada

George Geczy, owner of Battlegoat Studios, an independent game software developer, with an open letter to the Entertainment Software Association of Canada on copyright reform.

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September 16, 2009 3 comments News