News of the Week; June 26, 2013

1. EA’s timing argument thrown out in Madden lawsuit:

2. Appeals court sides with Nintendo in Wii Balance Board patent lawsuit:

3. Long, unhappy post on Hart v. EA:

4. Ellen Page Says The Last Of Us’ Ellie “Ripped Off My Likeness”

5. Naughty Dog accused of swiping Last of Us art:

6. Saints Row IV effectively banned under new Australian rating system:

7. Modern Warfare:

8. XBox 180: Microsoft No Longer Dream the DRM:

9. Big data comes to games. How one company sees the future in personalized play:

10. Canadians Shifting Gaming Addiction from Console to Mobile, Study Says:

11. Watch A Fox Reporter Demolish A Hackneyed Anti-Game Argument

12. Make Me Walk, Make Me Talk, Do Whatever You Please – Barbie and Exceptions by Rebecca Tushnet (Georgetown Law):

13. Indie dev skips PAX citing Penny Arcade artist’s comments:

14. Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society Launches “Cookie Clearinghouse” to Enable User Choice for Online Tracking:

15. German Court Holds Google Responsible for Its Search Suggestions:

16. Recommendation to European Court Favors Google in Privacy Battle:

17. Apple and DOJ release slide decks from closing arguments in ebook trial:

18. And in the “can’t stop laughing” department – Kaplit to Trenk domain name correspondence:


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