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Bethesda tells Minecraft creator: cease and desist

dotarray (1747900) writes | about 3 years ago

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dotarray (1747900) writes "While most people from Bethesda and id Software are at QuakeCon this weekend, it seems that at least one of them has stayed back at the office, buried under a pile of paperwork.

How do we know this? A tweet from Minecraft creator Notch, who has just received a message from the company’s law team, claiming his new game infringes on their upcoming game."

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Bit of a non-story (1)

gyaku_zuki (1778282) | about 3 years ago | (#36997142)

Bethesda lawyers doing what they are paid to do - attempt to enforce even trivial violations so that they can show they care for when an ACTUAL infringer comes along.

Copyright is broken.

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