Originally Posted by stan423321
Not as obvious as it seems. It doesn't prevent a rogue DMCA notice anyway. On the other hand, if you paid for it and didn't screw up the contract, then why the hell would you take it out?
To keep her out of their business life, if seems like it'd be worth it.
She's actively harassing their customers, reviewers, youtubers, their company, she got their game taken down....
If her music is gone, all of that
goes away and they could sue her like they should be doing.
Originally Posted by Collingwood
I don't get it.
If she worked with them on the music, how could a situation arise where they don't have the rights o said Music?
IIRC she worked under contract and was paid for her work, then needed time off for issues, then permanently leave. Then made claims that she wasn't paid and started DMCA'ing the hell out of everyone and anyone that has a bit of her music in it.
They have the rights to the music and claim to have paid her. Her claim is that she wasn't paid so she retains rights. (I'm not sure if I'm remembering that correctly).
edit: Actually this is a second developer she is going through all of this with again. No idea if it's the same situation.