Tag Archives: Microsoft

You Don’t Own It

A few months ago, Valve successfully defended a suit in Germany effectively ensuring that Steam users will not have the right to resell the games they own on Steam. Since users own the license to play the game rather than … Continue reading

LGJ: The ‘Kinect’ story, a case study in international trademark trickery

This week’s LGJ is about trademarks, international trademarks, and the Kinect. Read on! Disclaimer The content of this blog is not legal advice. It only constitutes commentary on legal issues, and is for educational and informational purposes only. Reading this … Continue reading

Even More Microsoft Machinima Rule Information: The Revised Rules

Microsoft has finally posted the long promised “Revised” Game Content Usage Rules. They are available here. Now that they are available, what has changed? The short answer is “Not much.” 1. The “reverse engineering” rule was re-written to clarify “not … Continue reading