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Tuesday, January 16, 2018


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Masami Kuramoto

VRChat is fun because the copyright police hasn't discovered it yet. I watched some VRChat footage on YouTube and spotted several copyrighted characters within the first minute (Yoda, Mickey Mouse, Shrek, Batman etc.). It's just a matter of time until someone decides to crack down on that, and then the party will be over. VRChat doesn't seem to have a revenue stream at the moment, so they probably can't afford adding more and more servers while processing DMCA takedowns as well.

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