Update: Dbrand launches redesigned plates, says new style "neutralises any future infringement claims"
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Ex-employees call for former employer to "complete their legal responsibilities," request investigation results, and proof of pay for allegedly unpaid work
Union concerned over lack of clarity around process, calls $18 million fund "woefully inadequate"
A crossover of lawyers on two different cases could be a legal conflict of interest
People's Daily reports some online platforms are selling and renting accounts that enable minors to play
Anti-steering restrictions were to be lifted in December, but iPhone maker wants to wait until after legal process
iPhone maker ordered to make changes to in-app payment system, following investigation that began in 2019
Department of Fair Employment and Housing says $18 million agreement to resolve discrimination claims would hurt its own court case as well as publisher's employees
Sites face fines or suspension if they do not take "appropriate measures" to tackle videos around sexual abuse and racism
Harbottle & Lewis' Kostya Lobov discusses the balance rights holders must strike when protecting their property and allowing fans to express themselves
Latest restrictions on tech popular with kids include plans to create electronic ID system to supervise minors' gaming
Judge rules in favour of Apple on nine out of ten counts, but Epic has filed to appeal
Epic says it has paid the $6 million it owed the iPhone maker, but Apple responded it "will not consider any further requests for reinstatement"
After two more investigations are revealed by the press, publisher's CEO says it is "committed to addressing all workplace issues in a forthright and prompt manner"
Claire Hart served for more than three years at the World of Warcraft firm
Update: Equal Employement Opportunity Commission reportedly also looking into allegations against publisher
Stuart Dinsey believes the question of legislation will come down to the actions of a few big companies "who have had a hugely profitable business model rightly challenged"
Apple must allow app developers to point consumers at alternative payment methods - but there will be many more legal wrangles before the impact on mobile games is clear
Legal experts discuss the ramifications of the recent court decision in the ongoing dispute
Update: The charge has been made publicly available, with CWA accusing Activision Blizzard of "repeatedly [engaging] in unlawful conduct"
Fortnite firm turns to US Court of Appeals as its legal crusade continues
Lawsuit accuses two individuals of being the source of recent targeted attacks against marginalized streamers