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This is a list of entities that have requested the removal of their copyrighted property from the Video Game Music Preservation Foundation. Editors must respect their wishes and not add any material of which they own.

Name Notes
Crossfire Designs Website owner has requested the removal of any images of sound devices from his site.
Hugo Hoekstra According to the video game music site ExoticA, they were contacted by Hugo Hoekstra of Great Effects Development (GREED) and was demanded to remove the game Kang Fu (CD32)'s audio rip, and threatened to take legal action if they did not.[1]
Lee Jackson Asked us politely not to place Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour (W32) tracks until his new album with that music will come. He said that it's just preferred to place tracks in public domain to the date of release, not prohibited at all, but I think, we should respect his wish and don't do it until at least then.