Colin Webster is Matatheni Mosotho
Mar11

Colin Webster is Matatheni Mosotho

The ex-President and current General Secretary of the SASCOC endorsed MSSA has admitted in court to using a pseudonym and posting articles pretending to not be related to the MSSA

Another update on our legal case
May09

Another update on our legal case

The ongoing legal battle with Colin Webster is still ongoing but we have an update and some good news

An update on our legal woes
Feb26

An update on our legal woes

We’ve been served with an interdict to remove some articles and now we want to fight back. Hard.

German group sues Valve over Steam game ownership
Feb04

German group sues Valve over Steam game ownership

Second-hand games bought on digital distribution networks such as Steam can’t be resold by consumers. And that has one German group pretty upset with Valve.

Geohots fans turn on him, apparently he’s not their saviour
Apr12

Geohots fans turn on him, apparently he’s not their saviour

The court case between Sony and Geohot is over and by all accounts it looks like Geohot gave in and now his supporters are really unhappy.

Sony sues GeoHot… he may be in deep trouble here
Jan12

Sony sues GeoHot… he may be in deep trouble here

Over the last couple of weeks we have heard quite a bit about GeoHot and FailOverflow’s hacking exploits on the PS3 and how they have pretty much cracked it wide open for Homebrew applications and subsequently pirates to exploit. When the BBC asked him about a possible lawsuit he had the following to say I am confident I would win since what I released was just a number obtained by running software on the PS3 I purchased But...
Sony being forced to refund all PS3 owners for removing an advertised feature?
Jun07

Sony being forced to refund all PS3 owners for removing an advertised feature?

Here’s some exciting news for a Monday morning, according to the news page on Meiselman, Denlea, Packman (lol), Carton and Eberz Sony have been forced by a court of law to refund all requested PS3 refunds (50% of the purchase price) due to their removal of the “Other-Os” function on the original PS3 range. This represents the law firms biggest win and a loss so huge for Sony that it may infact have to put the...
Activision change Baja 1000 Box Art, Avoid Lawsuit.
Nov20

Activision change Baja 1000 Box Art, Avoid Lawsuit.

Nick reported a while back on the similarities between Activision’s Baja 1000 box art and THQ’s Baja box art. Well Activision have gone the easier and more sensible route – no one likes court battles and at the end of the day, Activision now have a cover that in my opinion looks way better than before, and with all the controversy surrounding this up and till now, Baja 1000 has got a ton of press it probably never...
Uwe Boll ordered to pay $2.1 million for being a bad boy
Nov13

Uwe Boll ordered to pay $2.1 million for being a bad boy

The Uwe Boll is back in the news and this time it isn’t because he has made yet another terrible movie or crappy game. No this time he is actually on the receiving end of some of his garbage as a court in LA has ordered the talentless director to pay Fantastic Films International $2.1 million for breach of contract and libel as he apparently went around bad mouthing the owner to her other clients. I am starting to get the...
Prison Inmate Sues Blizzard Over World of WarCraft Addiction
Nov06

Prison Inmate Sues Blizzard Over World of WarCraft Addiction

What would you do if you were killing time in prison for wire fraud? If you’re Johnathan Lee Riches, you apparently spend it filing rambling third-party motions to unrelated court cases. WoW Insider is reporting that Riches has filed a third-party motion in the Blizzard vs. MDY Industries suit that was decided earlier this year. His claim? World of Warcraft was responsible for “causing [me] to live in a virtual universe,...
Microsoft Sued Over Xbox 360 Hardware Failures
Oct16

Microsoft Sued Over Xbox 360 Hardware Failures

More reliable Xbox 360s are starting to trickle onto the market, but the fallout from the “red rings of death” remains. Now Microsoft are facing a class action lawsuit in California. Kotaku (via Daily Games News) is reporting that the lawsuit was filed under California’s consumer protection statutes and alleges that Microsoft knew that the system would suffer a 50 percent failure rate but concealed the knowledge to...