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Court Orders Notorious Cheat Maker To Pay Blizzard $8.5 Million

Court Orders Notorious Cheat Maker To Pay Blizzard $8.5 Million 5 million from cheat maker Bossland as part of an ongoing legal battle.Now, in absence of any defense from the Honor Buddy (WoW) and Watchover Tyrant (Overwatch) creator, the court has sided with Blizzard.

Cheating service seems totally chill with losing $8.7 million lawsuit against Blizzard

Cheating service seems totally chill with losing $8.7 million lawsuit against Blizzard The cheating company Bossland now owes Blizzard over $8.The court's judgement (obtained by TorrentFreak) declares that Bossland must stop its operations and pay Blizzard over $8.

Blizzard Wins $8.6 Million Judgment Against Cheat Maker Blossland

Blizzard Wins $8.6 Million Judgment Against Cheat Maker Blossland German cheat and bot maker Bossland has been ordered by a California court to pay Blizzard nearly $8.Now Blizzard has won a California court case against Bossland, the German developer of cheats and bots for a number of Blizzard games, including World of Warcraft, Diablo 3, Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, and Overwatch.

Twitter to U.S. government: No, you can't see who's behind that anti-Trump account

Twitter to U.S. government: No, you can't see who's behind that anti-Trump account Well, Twitter is suing the U.You may remember that per the NSA leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, Twitter was not one of the companies that graciously handed data over to the government.

Blizzard Wins $8.6 Million Judgment Against Cheat Maker Bossland

Blizzard Wins $8.6 Million Judgment Against Cheat Maker Bossland German cheat and bot maker Bossland has been ordered by a California court to pay Blizzard nearly $8.Now Blizzard has won a California court case against Bossland, the German developer of cheats and bots for a number of Blizzard games, including World of Warcraft, Diablo 3, Heroes of the Storm, Hearthstone, and Overwatch.

Uber sued for shortchanging drivers with new upfront pricing system

Uber sued for shortchanging drivers with new upfront pricing system The proposed class action lawsuit claims that Uber regularly shows higher fares to riders than it does to drivers.Before upfront pricing was rolled out last year, Uber riders always had to worry their ride would end up being much more expensive based on the time of day and traffic conditions.

United hates PR problems so much it's suing a parody website

United hates PR problems so much it's suing a parody website It's something of a United parody site that also collects customer complaints directed at United and helps those customers file real complaints.The top of the site says untied.

Oculus has Filed for a New Trial in the Zenimax Lawsuit

Oculus has Filed for a New Trial in the Zenimax Lawsuit It sounds like Oculus and Zenimax may be back in court before too long.The long-running lawsuit between Oculus and Zenimax over the virtual reality technology in the Oculus Rift headset came to and end in February, when a jury awarded Zenimax $500 million in damages.

White nationalist caught assaulting protester on viral video blames President Trump in court

White nationalist caught assaulting protester on viral video blames President Trump in court A white nationalist caught shoving a black protestor at a Trump rally has a creative defense for why he should be let off the hook: Trump told him to do it.Matthew Heimbach, the chairman of the unabashedly white nationalist Traditionalist Workers Party, shoved Kashiya Nwanguma while she was protesting at a Trump campaign rally on March 1, 2016.

Bose is acting shady with its headphones, lawsuit claims

Bose is acting shady with its headphones, lawsuit claims Turns out headphones might be as good at picking up information as they are at sending music into your earholes.An Illinois man filed a class-action lawsuit on Tuesday that claims his Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless Bluetooth headphones — in conjunction with the corresponding Bose Connect app — collected the songs and other tracks he listened to and matched that information to an identification number linked to him.

Lyft driver files class action lawsuit over Uber's 'Hell' program

Lyft driver files class action lawsuit over Uber's 'Hell' program But one driver is taking advantage of a previously unknown business practice, reported by The Information, that made the life of Lyft drivers hell.The program, aptly codenamed "Hell," reportedly spied on Lyft drivers from 2014 to 2016, giving Uber an unfair advantage.

Fox News now has a racial discrimination lawsuit on its hands

Fox News now has a racial discrimination lawsuit on its hands Nearly a dozen current and former employees at the channel filed a class-action lawsuit against Fox on Tuesday.The lawsuit alleges “abhorrent, intolerable, unlawful and hostile racial discrimination," and singles out former comptroller Judith Slater as a specific instigator of racially discriminatory behavior.

Uber self-driving chief steps aside: report

Uber self-driving chief steps aside: report Anthony Levandowski, the embattled head of Uber's self-driving car program, has reportedly announced internally he'll recuse himself from work as the head of the company's Advanced Technologies Group (ATG).He famously left Google X's self-driving car project (which is now the standalone company Waymo) to found self-driving startup Otto, which was purchased by Uber and rolled into its own self-driving car program.

Man who got dragged off United plane finally gets some money

Man who got dragged off United plane finally gets some money The man who was pulled out of his seat and dragged off a United Airlines flight on April 9 just settled with the airline for an undisclosed amount of money.The settlement comes just hours after United announced several new policies that they hope will ensure no one is ever ripped from their seat again.

Traffic signals could be screwing you over because even stoplights can't do math

Traffic signals could be screwing you over because even stoplights can't do math It's not the cameras themselves, it's the math controlling the timing of stoplight signals that's the alleged root of the problem, forcing drivers to make a split-second decision when caught in a yellow light.Mats Järlström started his fight against traffic signals after his wife Laurie was slapped with a ticket for turning right through a red stoplight back in 2013.

Fyre Festival gets hit with a $100 million 'Hunger Games' lawsuit

Fyre Festival gets hit with a $100 million 'Hunger Games' lawsuit Today in "news you totally saw coming," a $100 million lawsuit has been filed against the organizers of the Fyre Festival, or as you may know it, the largest social media disappointment ever.The festival (if you can even call it that) — co-organized by Ja Rule and Billy McFarland — came under ~fyre~ last week for being a straight-up awful, utterly underwhelming event that came nowhere near the mind-blowingly luxurious expectations promised.

Fyre Fest gets burned with another class action lawsuit because of course it did

Fyre Fest gets burned with another class action lawsuit because of course it did The infamous Fyre Festival — '90s hip-hop star Ja Rule's failed music festival that looked nothing like picturesque Instagram paradise it was supposed to be — just suffered yet another setback, this time in the form of a second class action lawsuit.Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorney John Girardi filed a lawsuit on Tuesday on behalf of three plaintiffs — Chelsea Chinery, Shannon McAuliffe, and Desiree Flores — against festival organizers including the rapper, Billy McFarland, and Fyre Media.

Bethesda Asks For Indie Game's Name To Be Changed Because It Has 'Prey' In it

Bethesda Asks For Indie Game's Name To Be Changed Because It Has 'Prey' In it ” “We could’ve fought this and we did think about it for quite a while”, the statement says.“Something like a trademark opposition can be long and depending on how far someone wants to fight it can be very expensive.

Qualcomm fires back, requests import ban after Apple withholds royalties

Qualcomm fires back, requests import ban after Apple withholds royalties ” On top of that, when iPhones with Qualcomm chips outperformed devices with Intel’s chips, Apple claimed there was “no discernible difference” between the two.Another big part of Qualcomm’s suit revolves around Apple’s role in various regulatory suits, and that, according to Qualcomm, Apple has been “misrepresenting facts and making false statements.

NYC cafe accuses Starbucks of stealing their unicorn drink

NYC cafe accuses Starbucks of stealing their unicorn drink NYC cafe The End is claiming that Starbucks stole the idea of a unicorn-themed beverage from them.Back in January, the Brooklyn-based cafe garnered major headlines as word spread about their colorful and sprinkle-laden unicorn latte.