Twitch is deleting many of its “partners” content, citing DMCA takedown notifications

Photo Source: Talkinginfluence.com Twitch, the popular live streaming platform owned by Amazon, has surprised many of its most popular streamers recently. A lot of Twitch Partners, users who make money from their streams, received DMCA takedown notifications early last week. The DMCA takedown notification alerts the user that Twitch deleted some of their content that violated... Continue Reading →

COVID and the Upcoming Expansion Draft have the Buffalo Sabres Playing Chess

Source: Twitter/@buffalosabres Taylor Hall shocked the hockey world by signing a one-year, $8 million contract with the Buffalo Sabres. This news came as a surprise to many, for both Sabres fans and the league. https://twitter.com/PierreVLeBrun/status/1315428801971662850 Hall, the Hart Memorial Trophy winner for the player most valuable to his team in 2018, reunites with former head... Continue Reading →

Buffalo Bills File Trademark Application for “Bills Mafia”: But What Does It Mean for the #FamBase?

Photo Credit: https://www.instagram.com/buffalofambase/In an October 17th Instagram post, #TheOriginators of Bills Mafia announced "we aren't going anywhere" On October 16, 2020, Josh Gerben, founder of a trademark firm called Gerben Intellectual Property, informed the Twitter-world that the Buffalo Bills had filed a trademark application for "BILLS MAFIA", with the intention of selling clothing containing the... Continue Reading →

Roundtable Recap: Athletic Administration and NIL

Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated Yesterday, October 15, the University at Buffalo Sports and Entertainment Law Society (BSELS) hosted its second Sports Law Round Table of the fall semester. Our esteemed panel consisted of Paul Perrier ('08), USC Deputy Athletic Director, Kristina Minor, Northwestern Associate Athletic Director for Compliance, and Ellen Ferris, American Athletic Conference Associate... Continue Reading →

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