The First Lawsuit has Been Filed Against CDPR

For a few weeks, several law firms have made headlines with their announcements that they are looking into suing CDPR for a multitude of reasons stemming from the company’s blatant false advertisement surrounding Cyberpunk 2077 and the subsequent stock devaluation that occurred when said false advertisements were discovered by the general populous. These allegations were later confirmed by CDPR themselves, who admitted they had intentionally misled consumers and their investors on the matter. Continue reading “The First Lawsuit has Been Filed Against CDPR”

Apple Announces Percentage Structure for Small Businesses

Apple has made headlines with the announcement of two significant changes coming to their Appstore. Come January, Apple will launch a small business program that will implement a new percentage program for its Appstore. Apple’s CEO issued the following statement with the announcement of the new program.

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Editorial: Epic Wins Their Temporary Restraining Order Rendering the Courts the New Central Planners

Buckle in and sit down, for it is time for a lesson in liberty. This has become a necessity to remedy an ongoing misconception that continues to permeate our comment section from our more vocal critics. These critics have alleged in my coverage of the Apple/Epic lawsuit that I have defended Apple against Epic. In doing so, I have unveiled some unsavory nature to my character. Continue reading “Editorial: Epic Wins Their Temporary Restraining Order Rendering the Courts the New Central Planners”

Tim Sweeney Misportrays Apple’s Statements

At present, Tim Sweeney is attempting to mislead his audience regarding discoveries that Epic requested a special exemption from Apple’s terms of service, as to allow them to implement their separate payment system. In line with his current persona of the champion of the little guy, he is claiming Apple is attempting to mislead people and that they asked for exceptions for everyone. Continue reading “Tim Sweeney Misportrays Apple’s Statements”

Apple Issues a Rebuttal To Epics Temporary Restraining Order

Earlier this week, Epic Games filed for a temporary restraining order to prevent Apple from removing Fortnite from the App Store and prevent the company from terminating their developer’s account along with access to developer tools the company needs to develop the Unreal Engine for iOS. On Friday, Apple’s legal team filed their counter-motion for the dismissal of the motion for the temporary restraining order. Continue reading “Apple Issues a Rebuttal To Epics Temporary Restraining Order”

Apple Terminates Epic Games Development Account

As previously reported, Apple and Epic are currently engaged in a legal battle over ownership and control of private ecosystems. Wherein Apple maintains they have a right to control their private ecosystem, whereas Epic is alleging permitting them to do so is a violation of the Sherman Act. Continue reading “Apple Terminates Epic Games Development Account”

Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions

If you haven’t been following the news, as reported on Cernovich.com, here is a quick recap of events that have lead to Patreon losing a court battle and now being forced to enter into arbitration with over a hundred backers: This all started when Patreon decided to deplatform conservative comedian Owen Benjamin. Continue reading “Patreon Loses Lawsuit Costing The Company Millions”

Gamer Who Was Banned From His Steam Library Takes Case To Consumer Protection Agency

Steam

We recently reported on a Russian Steam user who was unceremoniously banned from accessing his account, both in the community forums and from his game library through the Steam client. He recently decided to take his issue up with the consumer rights agency in Russia, as well as look into suing Valve for breaching Russian law. Continue reading “Gamer Who Was Banned From His Steam Library Takes Case To Consumer Protection Agency”

Gearbox Sues 3D Realms Over Alleged Breach of Contract in the Duke Nukem Sale

Gearbox Software has formally filed suit against the owner of 3D Realms, Apogee Software. The suit alleges Apogee breached contract when they failed to deliver the Duke Nukem intellectual property free and clear in 2009. Their filing also claims Apogee Software failed to honor the indemnity clause as well. Continue reading “Gearbox Sues 3D Realms Over Alleged Breach of Contract in the Duke Nukem Sale”

Judge Rules Switch Joy-Con Drift Case Must Be Arbitrated

District Court Judge Gary Feinerman, on Thursday, May 21 rendered a ruling in the litigation brought against Nintendo over their consoles Joy-Con drift defect. Though the courts recognize the issue does exist, the Judge has ruled the issue must be arbitrated, not litigated. Continue reading “Judge Rules Switch Joy-Con Drift Case Must Be Arbitrated”

Judge BTFOs Bogus Woman Soccer Lawsuit

March 2019 saw female soccer players file a joint lawsuit against their employer United States Soccer Federation Incorporated. Claiming both pay and accommodations disparity compared to their male counterparts who are employed by the same company. The two principle arguments presented for their case were the female team performed better than their male counterparts yet were paid less and Equal Pay Act and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 had been violated during their employment. Continue reading “Judge BTFOs Bogus Woman Soccer Lawsuit”

Lawsuit Against Nintendo’s Lack Of eShop Refunds Dismissed

Nintendo Lawsuit

Judge Isabel Jahn from the German court presiding over the case against Nintendo for not offering eShop refunds dismissed the lawsuit recently. Nintendo Everything picked up the news from Norwegian outlet Press Fire, who reported that the case was dismissed because Nintendo’s defense that the no-refund policy of the Nintendo eShop complies with European Union laws. Continue reading “Lawsuit Against Nintendo’s Lack Of eShop Refunds Dismissed”

CNN Settles Lawsuit With Covington High’s Nick Sandmann

Nick Sandmann CNN Lawsuit

Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann sued CNN, NBC, and The Washington Post last year for their misinformation spread about the rally that took place in Washington D.C., that involved the conflagration of Black Israelites, Native Americans, and the high school students. Initially the judge dismissed and then reversed the decision against The Washington Post, but the case against CNN was settled out of court. Continue reading “CNN Settles Lawsuit With Covington High’s Nick Sandmann”