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Nintendo files two lawsuits against retailers who distribute Team Xecuter products for Nintendo Switch

TOPICS: dongle, hackers, lawsuit, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, pirated games, SX OS, SX Pro, Team Xecuter, UberChips

Last Friday, Nintendo America filed two lawsuits against stores that sell Team Xecuter software and products that the company believes have the sole purpose of “playing pirated games” from Nintendo Switch, according to Polygon and TorrentFreak. The first lawsuit filed in Ohio court is directed at the head of UberChips, while the second filed in […]

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Ubisoft sues Google and Apple for selling a clone of Rainbow Six: Siege through their stores

TOPICS: Alibaba Group, App Store, Apple, Area F2, China, copyright, copyright infringement, Ejoy.com, Google, Google Play, lawsuit, Rainbow Six: Siege, Ubisoft

Last Friday Ubisoft filed a lawsuit against Google and Apple accusing both companies of selling through their digital stores, Google Play and App Store, respectively, a copy of their popular multiplayer game Rainbow Six: Siege. In the spotlight is Area F2, a title developed by Ejoy.com, a subsidiary of Chinese giant Alibaba Group. Before taking […]

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The movies you buy at Prime Video don’t belong to you, and a user takes Amazon to court for it

TOPICS: Amazon, Amazon Prime Video, consumers, court, lawsuit, lawyers, movies

A California user named Amanda Caudel has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, reopening the debate on the purchase of audiovisual content on streaming platforms and its availability. Six months ago, a Reddit thread (in r/movies) accumulated more than 10,000 votes, specifying that “movies bought on Amazon Prime Video don’t belong to you”. This thread has […]

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