Doom on the Web
ZeniMax Media alleged that distribution of the otherwise free-of-charge and widely available nine-level shareware IWAD over the web in an automated fashion was a copyright violation, and additionally contested the name of the port, claiming that it constituted trademark violation. Mozilla was forced to take the demo down from their web page, though its source code remained available for a long period of time as it was not part of the allegedly illegal content.
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