All publications by tag «lawsuit»
CD Projekt finally settles $1.85 million class-action lawsuit, refusing to admit any wrongdoing
CD Projekt has announced that it came to an agreement with investors to settle a class-action lawsuit over Cyberpunk 2077’s controversial launch. It also means that the company doesn’t admit any responsibility on its part.
GTA modders respond to lawsuit by Take-Two, saying that reverse engineering comes under fair use
A group of modders behind reversed engineered versions of GTA III and GTA: Vice City has responded to a lawsuit by Take-Two. The team insists that their actions and works are protected under fair use and shouldn’t be punished by law.
Court denies Apple’s appeal and orders it to allow additional payment solutions on App Store by December 9
A court has denied Apple’s request to pause orders requiring the company to let developers add links to third-party payment solutions outside the App Store. It still must make changes to its policies by December 9.
Activision Blizzard creates $18 million fund to compensate employees claiming harassment damages
Activision Blizzard has reached a settlement with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), which filed a lawsuit against the publisher over harassment and discrimination. The company will pay $18 million to make amends with employees who have experienced unequal treatment of any kind.
Chris Avellone files libel lawsuit against his accusers: “The attacks against me were made from malice”
Famous game designer and writer Chris Avellone has finally broken the silence a year after he was accused of sexual misconduct. He not only shared his version of past events but also filed a libel lawsuit against women who accused him and made companies part their ways with him.
Music labels sue Roblox for at least $200 million over copyright violation
Roblox allows its players to add virtual players into their games to listen to music. That, however, didn’t sit well with major music labels who accused the company of causing the loss of profit. They are now demanding at least $200 million in damages.
Designer sues Capcom for stealing her photos to make textures in Resident Evil 4 and other games
Capcom faces a new lawsuit, as the company has been accused of using other designer’s photos without a license in games like Resident Evil 4 and Devil May Cry. The Japanese publisher could pay off more than $10 million in damages.