(A) “Complete games” means video games that can be played by users without
accessing or reproducing copyrightable content stored or previously stored on an external
(B) “Ceased to provide access” means that the copyright owner or its authorized
representative has either issued an affirmative statement indicating that external server
support for the video game has ended and such support is in fact no longer available or,
alternatively, server support has been discontinued for a period of at least six months;
provided, however, that server support has not since been restored.
(C) “Local gameplay” means gameplay conducted on a personal computer or video
game console, or locally connected personal computers or consoles, and not through an
online service or facility.
No, it is technically illegal to violate copyright law at all times. It doesn't matter if the copyright holder exercises its rights. A PSO server doesn't violate copyright law, though, so it doesn't matter.falkenjeff said:Another thing to note: breaking copyright law is only technically illegal if the person who owns the copyright enforces it.