Steam Removes Pepe The Frog Emoticons Due To Matt Furie’s DMCA Strikes

Pepe the frog can’t catch a break without being banned for something. We’ve seen this with Apple banning all things Pepe related on the App Store and now we see the same thing to a certain extent happen on Steam, except Matt Furie and his lawyer have stepped in this time. Continue reading “Steam Removes Pepe The Frog Emoticons Due To Matt Furie’s DMCA Strikes”

Dissecting Why Matt Furie Is Hypocritical With His DMCA And Legal Threats

With the recent activity that is coming to fruition by Matt Furie, the creator of Pepe, regarding his DMCA claims and suing people over the use of Pepe the Frog, it has sparked a lot of controversy. Video games depicting Pepe, articles featuring Pepe and other scenarios including the green frog seems to be on the receiving end of DMCA strikes and prompting Furie and his legal crew to sue people. However, it seems that Furie is crossing the line and that includes a line that he, himself, drew. Continue reading “Dissecting Why Matt Furie Is Hypocritical With His DMCA And Legal Threats”

Vaping Simulator Featuring Pepe The Frog Gets Hit With DMCA By Matt Furie

Vaping Simulator

The developer of Vaping Simulator has acknowledged that the game is no longer available on the Steam store due to a DMCA takedown notice from Matt Furie’s lawyers. BCInteractive and RedSquare Studios’ open-world adventure title only just recently launched this past September, but it’s already been taken down by Furie. Continue reading “Vaping Simulator Featuring Pepe The Frog Gets Hit With DMCA By Matt Furie”

Pepe The Frog Creator Suing Conservatives For Using Memes

Pepe Lawsuits

Matt Furie said that he was taking Pepe the Frog back from the internet; back from the channers, back from the edgelords, back from the spammers, and back from conservatives bored. Furie’s road to reclamation begins with lawsuits. Continue reading “Pepe The Frog Creator Suing Conservatives For Using Memes”

Matt Furie Wants To Stop The Internet From Using Pepe As “Hate Speech”

It’s another sad day for our green meme friend Pepe. The creator, Matt Furie, wants to stop the Internet from using the green frog as “hate speech” and other things that trigger people by starting a Kickstarter campaign that will see the “revival” of a family friendly Pepe, while Furie works with a lawyer to protect the character after he re-debuts. Continue reading “Matt Furie Wants To Stop The Internet From Using Pepe As “Hate Speech””