GTA modding tool OpenIV downed by cease and desist notification
Uses victory over Oculus VR as a platform.
Most likely US only, though.
Partners failed to agree on the filing.
Claims to be owed $22.5m.
Proclaims innocence, naturally.
Alleges price fixing, Single Market blocks.
No trade secret theft, though.
Same claims as its US filing.
Must undertake training, too.
Expert claims factual inaccuracies.
No accounts for under-13s.
Requires foreknowledge, for-profit.
Knee-jerk response to recent attacks.
Claims patent infringement.
No class action status, either.
Now called the Investigatory Powers Bill.
Claims trademark abuse to censor show.
Bumper penalty for price collusion.
Gigabyte named in class-action suit.
Unlikely to actually happen, though.
Counter-suit comes with irony attached.
Has to pay a $15 refund to customers.
Chris Grayling suggests 2-year penalty.
Just as consumers abandon physical media.
Plans another appeal against foreign searches.
Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe still in the dock.
Fresh patent leads to fresh litigation.
No wrongdoing admitted, naturally.
Search engines breathe easier today.
An $11m award made in court to the programmer of the original Madden game has been thrown out by a district judge.
Modifying a console to get around its protection system can be lawful according to an EU court.
Candy Crush Saga peddler King.com has taken legal action against The Banner Saga for use of the word Saga.