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  • Blog Post: [Update] Court Approves Sony Settlement In 2011 PSN Data Breach Case

    Update: Sony has responded to our request for comment on the settlement for the 2011 PSN hacking and data breach class actions suit. "A proposed settlement has been reached in the class action lawsuits arising from the April 2011 criminal cyber-attacks on the PlayStation Network, Qriocity, and Sony... More
  • Blog Post: Grand Theft Auto Online Class Action Lawsuit Dismissed

    A California U.S. District Court has thrown out a class action lawsuit filed against Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games due to a delay in the launch of GTA Online. The case was filed against Take-Two by Bruce McMahon and Christopher Bengston. The pair claimed that Rockstar and Take-Two had engaged... More
  • Blog Post: EA Sports Football Class Action Lawsuit Settlement May Return Money To Consumers

    In 2008, a class action lawsuit against Electronic Arts was filed claiming that its exclusive deal to create NFL games was causing the price of NFL games to needlessly rise. Without competition, EA could charge whatever it wanted like a monopoly. That lawsuit has reached a possible settlement. A $27... More
  • Blog Post: New Xbox Live User Agreement Bars Lawsuits Against Microsoft

    In the fine print of the user agreement you must approve to activate the new Xbox Live Dashboard that Microsoft rolled out this week, you must agree to waive your right to sue the company. This language is similar to clauses inserted in recent user agreements from Sony and Electronic Arts . The Microsoft... More
  • Blog Post: EA Inserts Anti-Lawsuit Language Into New User Agreement

    Following the lead of Sony , which recently inserted a clause into its terms of service agreement that require gamers to waive their right to participate in a class action lawsuit against the company, Electronic Arts has added similar language to its end user license agreement. The agreement must be... More
  • Blog Post: Law Firm Seeks Class-Action Lawsuit Against Take-Two

    Game development involves some long hours, especially when a studio is on the verge of shipping a title. A law firm is seeking Take-Two QA testers as plaintiffs in a case involving due payment for hours worked. Alleging that testers were not paid properly for overtime (and some other benefits issues... More
  • Blog Post: Canada Wants $1 Billion From Sony

    A Canadian law firm is proposing a class action suit that would have Sony pay for credit monitoring and fraud protection for two full years. It's been a challenging week for anyone working at Sony. The latest potential action being taken against the company emerges out of Canada, where Ontario resident... More
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