Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Free Newsea Di Dar Hair (Requested)

So I logged in my mediafire account today and was welcomed with this notice:

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Pretty weird. The download still works for me, but maybe it doesn't any more for you? Someone has reported the link and I'm supposing it's either a creator or someone who is pro TSR.

Anyways, hopefully it doesn't happen again.

All files are in .sims3pack


  1. If I were you I would fight that. On that Paysites Must Be Destroyed site they have all the legal stuff about this sort of thing.

  2. Have to agree with other person , we deserve to have our downloads for free

  3. It's not only a matter of deserving though. There is legal back up to this.

    I looked on another site where they have all the legal stuff. In the end user license agreement it says:
    " In exchange for the right to use content contributed by other users through the Software, when you contribute content through the Software, you expressly grant to other users of the Software the non-exclusive, perpetual, transferable, worldwide, irrevocable right to access and use, copy, modify, display, perform, and create and distribute derivative works from, your contributed content in connection with the Software, and to distribute and otherwise communicate your contributed content as a component of works that they create using the Software, for example, The Sims lots or The Sims videos, without further notice, attribution or compensation to you. You hereby waive any moral rights of paternity, publication, reputation, or attribution under applicable law with respect to EA.s and other players. use and enjoyment of such content contributions in connection with the Software."

    If you didn't read all that (or understand it) that's fine, I can't say I totally do either. But it basically says that you waive all rights of ownership for things you make. People can use, share, and distribute them however they like. This site is a perfect example of that.

    1. Thanks Alison. I was familiar with PMNBD before starting this site, and I have read the EULA (entirely). But it may be helpful for other people. Even though the EULA counters the copyright infringement reports, I have decided not to respond to the reports or pose a counter-claim. It's not about waging war on an opposite side, but more about focusing on keeping the fairness in custom content. Instead of relying on MediaFire (which is known to suspend accounts that distribute CC), I think finding a back-up way is better.


Feel free to comment. Request season is OPEN.


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