Entries in 'ruling' (11)
The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld two complaints levelled against on of Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 ads.
Digital download retailers have called in the lawyers following a shock EU decision that could legitimise second-hand sales in the download space.
Steam will not introduce any functionality to allow gamers to sell on products they buy digitally, it has said.
Japan's Consumer Affairs Agency has announced an investigation into how social games firms sell their microtransactions in Japan, causing shares in the country’s two major players to nosedive.
The American video games industry has today emerged victorious in its six-year battle with Californian authorities.
The company behind the controversial PSJailbreak, a device that allows users to play homebrew and pirated code on PS3 for the first time, has asserted its position in the face ...
In a move that could prove an important milestone in the battle against console modding, the Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Worcestershire-based modchip seller Christopher Gilham.
ELSPA has reassured the trade that the PEGI ratings system’s ascent to become law is still on track – despite the discovery that current age classification is legally unenforceable.
A number of the most senior figures in the UK video games industry have responded to the government’s move to grant PEGI the sole power of video games classification.