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copyrightinfringement

Mobile-gaming titans keep ripping off indies

By android, apple, appstore, av, Business, clone, copycat, copyright, copyrightinfringement, donutcounty, engadget, gaming, google, googleplay, ios, ketchapp, Mobile, personal computing, voodoo

The word “casual” has long been flung out as an insult on video-game forums and social media. It’s deployed to belittle the interests of people who enjoy more relaxing experiences than gritty shooters, strategy-rich online games or time-sucking RPGs….

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Mobile-gaming titans keep ripping off indies

By android, apple, appstore, av, Business, clone, copycat, copyright, copyrightinfringement, donutcounty, engadget, gaming, google, googleplay, ios, ketchapp, Mobile, personal computing, voodoo

The word “casual” has long been flung out as an insult on video-game forums and social media. It’s deployed to belittle the interests of people who enjoy more relaxing experiences than gritty shooters, strategy-rich online games or time-sucking RPGs….

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Bethesda lawsuit claims ‘Westworld’ game is ‘Fallout Shelter’ rip-off

By av, behavior, bethesdasoftworks, breachofcontract, Business, copyrightinfringement, engadget, falloutshelter, gaming, lawsuit, warnerbros, westworld

Bethesda Softworks filed a lawsuit this week against Behavior Interactive and Warner Bros., alleging that the new Westworld mobile game is a "blatant rip-off" of its Fallout Shelter, Polygon reports. The company cites a number of rev…

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Pepe The Frog’s creator sues Infowars for copyright infringement

By alexjones, altright, art, copyrightinfringement, engadget, gear, infowars, lawsuit, mattfurie, pepethefrog, politics, whitesupremacy

Despite artist Matt Furie’s attempts to reclaim his Pepe The Frog character from neo-Nazis, his cartoon is still being used by the far-right. He created Pepe in the early 2000s and has described the character as a “peaceful frog-dude” whose true natu…

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The ESA says preserving old online games isn’t ‘necessary’

By Business, california, copyrightinfringement, copyrightoffice, dmca, electronicarts, engadget, entertainmentsoftwareassociation, esa, gaming, Internet, made, Microsoft, museumofartanddigitalentertainment, nintendo, Sony, theesa, ubisfot

The video game industry as a whole does a poor job of preserving its history — especially when it comes to online games. The Entertainment Software Association — responsible for E3; counts Electronic Arts, Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and Ubiso…

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CBS is suing someone for posting a ‘Gunsmoke’ screenshot online

By 247sports, Business, cbsinteractive, copyright, copyrightinfringement, engadget, entertainment, Internet, jontannen, patent, patenttroll

CBS is suing a photographer for copyright infringement as a means of avoiding paying a copyright infringement claim the photographer filed against the TV network. Yes, you read that correctly. Jon Tannen posted a screenshot of the old show Gun…

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Owner of YouTube ripping site settles lawsuit with record labels

By apple, Business, copyrightinfringement, engadget, entertainment, gear, google, Internet, lawsuit, piracy, riaa, services, youtube, youtube-mp3.org

Last year, record labels took the popular YouTube-ripping site YouTube-mp3.org to court seeking the pirating website’s permanent shutdown and $150,000 per violation. Well, the labels, helmed by the RIAA, have, as of today, won with recent court filin…

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