The Anti Stolen Content Association (ASCA) is dedicated to the protection of modding potential content in the far reaches of the internet. A modder may only be accepted if he checks clear, this means his history must include absolutely no amount of stolen content from any other developer.

The ASCA is dedicated to all game engines, including Source, Cry-Tech, UT2k, ect. If a mod is detected with potential stolen content, it will be reviewed and if checks out any amount of piracy will be added to the ASCA's blacklist of pirated mods.

Questions and answers:

Q: What if I stole content?

A: Your mod is going on the black list.

Q: How can I get my mod off the black list?

A: Get rid of all stolen content and make some new content.

Q: I didn't steal content yet I'm on the black list. Why?

A: You may have created new content which is similar to some other content on the net. Or you're not telling the truth.

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Guided_Meditation Sep 9 2009 says:

i though this was already too ****** up and then i read this

Q: What if I stole content?

A: You can go suck a ****.

Holy.. Take it easy, afnop T_T

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Oregano Sep 8 2009 says:

Ok guys check out Vault-Tec-Source, looks like it got content from stalker. Maybe just place holders..

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RobinDLC Aug 26 2009 says:

You guys might want to read up on this:

Still can't believe this is a modding site and almost no one has heard of the Creative Commons licenses... many skins at use that license.

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Armageddon104 Aug 26 2009 replied:

I know about that. But the bad thing is CC never does anything about stolen content.

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AnJ112 Aug 25 2009 says:

Zombie Master White Edition uses content from black edition.

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dafatcat Aug 29 2009 replied:

Racism at work...

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freredarme Aug 22 2009 says:

Add 'the gates 2' in black list please. Mod use FPS BANANA Contents, example : mp5 eod, m4 old school..

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leilei Aug 29 2009 replied:

The Gate 1 also stole a lot of crap, it was controversial on this site for the whole lack of credit of all the familiar stuff found from addon sites like Cold Fusion and Art of War etc.
All the comments and accusations were deleted since then

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KILLER89(FIN) Aug 25 2009 replied:

Ask cjb, if he has asked permission to borrow the skins from fpsbanana.
There is also a possibility, that they are simply placeholders.

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dafatcat Aug 24 2009 replied:

Will do

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freredarme Aug 24 2009 replied:

And Opposing Force 2 !

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AnJ112 Aug 25 2009 replied:

thats rubbish. opfor2 use stolen weapons but modified them in such a way it doesn't even matter. anyway the community is with them so we can't do anything even if we wanted to. plus it looks bril

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Armageddon104 Aug 25 2009 replied:

We might aswell put wilsons chronicles on that list too freredarme. For all the stolen content you have.

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freredarme Aug 29 2009 replied:

No, Wilson don't use content from FPS Banana(alpha 1 and 2 => yes for weapons, very old version !) it's a placehoder on screenshot. And mustang from Splayn :D

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