Fortnite’s Nexus War event could expose Twitch streamers to DMCA problems

Enlarge / Luckily you can’t hear this image—it might result in a DMCA strike if you could.

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Epic Games and Twitch are warning streamers who broadcast during Fortnite‘s season-ending Marvel-crossover “Nexus War” event last night that they may need to delete their VOD clips to avoid the risk of DMCA copyright strikes.

The event, which saw players take on the world-eating Galactus in a ten-minute battle, featured AC/DC’s Demon Fire as a licensed background song during a portion set in the game’s iconic Battle Bus. Thus, shortly before the event started, the official Fortnite Status Twitter

Mobvoi TicPods 2 Pro review: Access your favorite smart assistant by voice


Update, December 1, 2020: This Mobvoi TicPods 2 Pro review was updated to include a microphone demo, and to make note of the Razer Hammerhead True Wireless Pro as an alternative.

The Mobvoi TicPods 2 Pro rode the wave of true wireless earbuds’ popularity, but Mobvoi has a major trick up its sleeve: hands-free access to your favorite virtual assistant without direct integration. This means iPhone users don’t need to shell out for an Apple product with H1 chip integration for hands-free Siri access. Instead saying, “Hey Tico” has the same effect with the TicPods 2 Pro. These mighty small

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