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Judge Says Video Game Addiction Lawsuit Can Continue

HONOLULU - (AP) A federal judge has ruled that a man who says he's psychologically dependent and addicted to an online video game can proceed with some of his lawsuit against the game's South Korean manufacturer. Craig Smallwood says "Lineage II" left him unable to function independently...

Supreme Court To Hear Violent Video Game Case

LONG BEACH, Calif. - (AP) Before picking up any Wii games or downloading apps on her iPhone for her two daughters, Lillian Quintero does her homework. She'll first read reviews online and in magazines, then try them out for herself. If she thinks the games are engaging and educational enough. . ...

ACTRESS LOSES CLAIM VIDEO GAME USED HER IMAGE

On September 1, 2016, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, First Department, upheld a lower court’s dismissal of actress Lindsay Lohan’s misappropriation of likeness lawsuit against the video game manufacturer Take-Two Interactive Software and another defendant. Ms. Lohan...