News of the Week; April 3, 2019

MEDIA, COMMUNICATIONS & NET NEUTRALITY

  1. A Netflix Crisis?: Foreign Funding Now By Far the Largest Source of Financing for Canadian Fictional English Language TV Production (Michael Geist)
  2. Company Ordered to Pay Woman $459K After Spamming Her With More Than 300 Robocalls
  3. FCC “fined” robocallers $208 million since 2015 but collected only $6,790
  4. FTC Shuts Down Companies Responsible for Over One Billion Robocalls 
  5. District Court: “Ringless” voicemail is a “call” under the TCPA 
  6. Second District Court in the Nation Holds That a Ringless Voicemail is a “Call” Under the TCPA 
  7. The FTC Says It’s Totally Cool With Anti-Competitive Internet Fast Lanes 
  8. Ajit Pai wants to cap spending on broadband for poor people and rural areas
  9. FCC Plans to Eliminate Rural “Rate Floor,” Heading Off Potential Price Hikes 
  10. April Fool’s Day is Monday – Don’t Let the Joke Be on You by Forgetting the FCC’s Hoax Rule 
  11. Cohen Payment Kerfuffle Forces AT&T To Be Slightly More Transparent About Lobbying
  12. Verizon’s Spam-Blocking Call Filter Is Now Free
  13. Verizon refuses to admit that its “first to 5G” commercials are misleading
  14. Watch a Verizon 5G phone hit speeds faster than your home Internet
  15. UK ISPs now automatically refund customers £8 a day for Internet outages
  16. Telecom Lobby Suddenly Pretends To Care About Accurate Broadband Maps
  17. FTC gives ISPs green light to block applications as long as they disclose it
  18. FTC reaches settlements with multiple operations alleged to be responsible for placing billions of robocalls 
  19. FTC Launches Probe Into Telecom Privacy Issues. But Whether They’ll Act Is Another Matter Entirely
  20. FTC investigates whether ISPs sell your browsing history and location data 
  21. The Electronic Communications Code – First Tribunal Decision on Consideration and Compensation payable by Operators 
  22. Have You Been Sued by Manuel Hiraldo? 
  23. Court Grants Primary Jurisdiction Stay in TCPA Case Pending FCC Clarification of ATDS 
  24. New year, new rights for telecoms providers
  25. Wall Street Thinks The Cable TV Sector Could Easily ‘Unravel.’ That’s Probably A Good Thing.

DIGITAL

  1. 540 Million Facebook User Records Exposed Online, Plus Passwords, Comments, and More
  2. Facebook asked some users for their email passwords, because why not: And two third-party developers left the data from millions of Facebook users exposed in S3 bucket.
  3. Facebook’s Ad Algorithm Is A Race And Gender Stereotyping Machine, New Study Suggests
  4. Facebook’s Efforts ‘Not Nearly Sufficient’ in Genocide-Torn Myanmar, UN Investigator Says
  5. Mark Zuckerberg calls for more regulation of the internet
  6. Mark Zuckerberg To Congress: Okay, Fine, Please Regulate Me And Lock In My Dominant Market Position
  7. Mark Zuckerberg: The Internet needs new rules. Let’s start in these four areas.
  8. Mark Zuckerberg Is Developing The Facebook Watch Of News — With Monetization For Publications
  9. HUD Charges Facebook With Enabling Housing Discrimination 
  10. Facebook Cracks Down On White Supremacist Hate Content After Christchurch Massacre
  11. Complete Overreaction: Professor Calls For Shutting Down Facebook Live, Post-Christchurch
  12. Three Lessons In Content Moderation From New Zealand And Other High-Profile Tragedies
  13. The Bundeskartellamt’s Facebook Decision and the intersection of competition law and data protection 
  14. EFF Fights For Redditor Targeted By Religious Organization For Forum Posts About Its Data Collection Policies
  15. Elizabeth Warren Wants to Break Up Big Data – Could She Do It? 
  16. Countries Want to Ban ‘Weaponized’ Social Media. What Would That Look Like?
  17. What If Google And Facebook Admitted That All This Ad Targeting Really Doesn’t Work That Well?
  18. Russia Expands Site Blocking To VPNs
  19. Government’s “porn block” roll out delayed
  20. Blogger’s Screenshot of a Newspaper Page Qualifies as Fair Use–Clark v. TransAlt (Eric Goldman)
  21. Data dividend? California governor proposes plan to have companies pay consumers for using their info
  22. YouTube Won’t Ban Far-Right Activist Tommy Robinson — Here’s What It’s Doing Instead
  23. YouTube Terminated Yeah1’s MCN Status, But Now It Looks Like They’re Working Out A Deal
  24. YouTube Once Proposed Overhauling Its Entire Business Model, Paying Creators Based On Video Engagement (Report)
  25. YouTube TV Is Now Available In Every U.S. Market 
  26. Popular YouTube Stuntsman Was Behind The Mysterious Spacefaring Big Mac Found On A U.K. Soccer Field
  27. YouTube Facing Criticism After Promoting Zac Efron’s New Channel Instead Of Resident Creators 
  28. PewDiePie concedes to T-Series in battle for YouTube’s biggest channel 
  29. YouTube Video Essayist Lindsay Ellis Has Been Nominated For A Hugo Award
  30. Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” Sees Massive YouTube Spike Each April Fools’ Day
  31. AI Ethics: Seven Traps
  32. As AI Spreads, Tech Needs ‘Chief Bias Officers’
  33. God in the image of white men: Creation myths, power asymmetries and AI
  34. The Boundaries of Artificial Emotional Intelligence
  35. How Algorithms Can Learn to Discredit the Media: Defamation is efficient, and AIs may have already figured it out
  36. Why Community and Collaboration is the Key for Building Ethical AI
  37. Can AI be a fair judge in court? Estonia thinks so
  38. Researchers trick Tesla Autopilot into steering into oncoming traffic
  39. Google Employees Call on Company to Kick Heritage Foundation Ghoul Off AI Ethics Board
  40. Inside the Google employee backlash against the Heritage Foundation: ‘They think that some of our colleagues either do not or should not exist’
  41. Google Employees Step Up to Demand Fair Treatment for Contractors
  42. Here lies Google Inbox, a radical rethink of how email should work
  43. Google’s constant product shutdowns are damaging its brand
  44. Google Duplex arrives on iPhones, most Android devices
  45. Southern District of Indiana Rules that Property Manager is Subject to Personal Jurisdiction Based on Text Messages Sent to the Forum State
  46. Insights: Apple Echoes Amazon In A Rebuke Of Everything Google And Facebook Do
  47. Apple apologizes for failing MacBook keyboards yet again
  48. iFixit teardown: Apple’s AirPods are “disappointingly disposable”
  49. The New AirPods Are Fine
  50. Apple just confirmed once and for all that AirPower will never come out
  51. Latest iPhone Rumors: Apple Adding the Stuff Samsung Already Has
  52. EU Approves Controversial New Copyright Rules 
  53. The EU’s Catastrophic Copyright Directive Can Still Be Stopped, If Governments Of Sweden And Germany Do The Right Thing
  54. Much ado about “Article 13” (or is it 17?)
  55. After Insisting That EU Copyright Directive Didn’t Require Filters, France Immediately Starts Promoting Filters
  56. EU Commissioner Gunther Oettinger Admits: Sites Need Filters To Comply With Article 13
  57. “Very Short” and Incredibly Loud: New EU Copyright Directive a Shot in the FANGs
  58. Here Comes The Splinternet: How The EU Is Helping Break Apart The Internet
  59. Free Software Foundation Comes To Its Senses After Calling For EU To Fund Open Source Upload Filters
  60. EU’s Never Ending Quest To Rip The Internet And Free Expression To Shreds Continues With The Terrorist Content Regulation
  61. Cole And Savannah LaBrant Under Fire After “Prank” Convincing Daughter They Were Giving Her Dog Away
  62. DSM Directive Series #1: Do Member States have to transpose the value gap provision and does the YouTube referral matter?
  63. DSM Directive Series #2: Is the press publishers’ right waivable? (Eleonora Rosati)
  64. UK cyber security officials report Huawei’s security practices are a mess
  65. Salesforce Sued For Sex Trafficking… Because Backpage Used Salesforce’s CRM
  66. 9th Circuit’s Bad AirBnB Decision Threatens Basic Internet Business Models
  67. The Marriage of Silicon Valley and the Pentagon Is Happening Whether You Like It or Not
  68. Twitter now lets users appeal violations within its app
  69. Think before you tweet – the perils of social media for the accountancy profession
  70. What’s Gimlet’s Problem?
  71. Office Depot rigged PC malware scans to sell unneeded $300 tech support
  72. Office Depot And Partner Ordered To Pay $35 Million For Tricking Consumers Into Thinking They Had Malware
  73. Legal experts weigh in on controversial European copyright directive: Legislation shifts responsibility onto platform holders, but won’t necessarily affect content creators
  74. Section 230 Holds On As Grindr Gets To Use It As A Defense
  75. Important Section 230 Ruling from the Second Circuit–Herrick v. Grindr (Eric Goldman)
  76. Welcome To The Prude Internet: No More Sex Talk Allowed
  77. Senator Keeps Attacking a Law Crucial to Internet Speech—Only He Can’t Seem to Read It
  78. Cardi B, Juice WRLD, More Inducted Into Spotify’s RapCaviar ‘Pantheon’
  79. Department Of Justice Warns Academy That Banning Netflix From Oscars Could Violate Antitrust Laws
  80. Netflix Ranked as No. 1 Fastest-Growing U.S. Brand in 2019
  81. Netflix’s Biggest Price Hike Is Now Rolling Out To Existing Subscribers
  82. iHeartMedia Files for Potential IPO 
  83. Streaming drove 9.7% rise in global recorded-music revenues in 2018
  84. Nickelodeon Buys Learning App ‘Sparkler’ To Bolster Its Preschooler Streaming Service
  85. After 21st Century Fox Purchase, Disney Bows Out Of This Year’s NewFronts
  86. Hulu Is Exploring New Ad Experiences For Binge Watching: Advertisers could sponsor shows when the audience is clearly in it for the long haul
  87. Spielberg proposal to ban streaming from Oscars may be illegal, DOJ warns 
  88. Sony Sells Majority Stake In Its Crackle Streaming Service To Chicken Soup For The Soul
  89. Sony Sells Stake in Crackle, Launches Joint Venture With Chicken Soup for the Soul 
  90. Sony veteran Kaz Hirai has left the company after 35 years 
  91. Kaz Hirai retires as chairman of Sony Corporation: Former CEO departs company after 35 years
  92. Microsoft kills off the book store you probably didn’t know it had
  93. Viacom Will Tout New Suite of Advertising Options as TV’s Sales Season Draws Near
  94. Hiring Influencers: Are You Playing With Fyre? 
  95. Creators for Good: Karlie Kloss Inspires Young Girls in STEM
  96. Teacher Says She Was Fired for Not Being a ‘Role Model’ After Topless Selfie Leaks
  97. TikTok To Join Instagram, Snapchat In The Realm Of Geolocation Filters Following GeoGif Acquisition
  98. Not Quite So Sweet: POPSUGAR’s Removal of Instagram Sidebar Leads to a Loss on All Fronts
  99. Instagram Considers Ad Products To Compensate Stars On IGTV: Creators and publishers could share in riches from new ad opportunities on fledgling video service
  100. Mercedes-Benz sued four artists whose murals appeared in its Instagram posts.
  101. Instagram’s big bet on shopping could be worth $10 billion in 2021
  102. Rounding Up Three Recent Keyword Advertising Cases–Comphy v. Amazon & More (Eric Goldman)
  103. Google and Walmart team up to let users buy groceries with voice commands
  104. The First Smartwatch to Read Your Blood Pressure Is an Ugly Marvel
  105. The future of conveyancing – A new digital age?
  106. Russia’s Shotgun-Wielding Drone Is the Flying Nightmare You Didn’t Know You Had 
  107. Bitcoin Surges 15% Overnight Because Nobody Learned Their Lesson After the Last Crash
  108. As new prepaid rule takes effect, virtual currency wallet providers need to take notice
  109. How Automation Turns Us Into Trump Voters
  110. On the Early Web, People With Disabilities Found Community and Autonomy
  111. Taxing the sharing economy 
  112. The Online Icons That Didn’t Survive the Web’s First 30 Years
  113. Old, Online, And Fed On Lies: How An Aging Population Will Reshape The Internet 
  114. Copyright Registration, Publication on the Internet, and the Revolving “Back Door to Berne” (Eric Goldman)
  115. Rounding Up Three Recent Keyword Advertising Cases–Comphy v. Amazon & More (Eric Goldman)

CREATIVITY

  1. Alabama Court Decides Publicity Rights Trump First Amendment In S-Town Lawsuit
  2. Getty Images Sued Yet Again For Trying To License Public Domain Images
  3. Ariana Grande Demands All Photographers At Her Concerts Transfer Copyright To Her, NPPA Revolts
  4. Can an artist deem his own art worthy of protection? 
  5. Ed Sheeran’s copyright woes continue
  6. Texas A&M Wants out of the “12th Man” Copyright Suit
  7. Copyright’s Memory Hole (Eric Goldman & Jessica Silbey)
  8. Federal Court Says Teen’s ‘F— Cheer’ Is Protected Speech
  9. FTC hits predatory scientific publisher with a $50 million fine
  10. Infringers walk the plank as the Premier League’s anti-piracy campaign scores big success
  11. Australian Prosecutors Trying To Throw Reporters In Jail For Accurately Reporting On Cardinal George Pell’s Conviction
  12. Journalist Maria Ressa Arrested Yet Again As Philippines Keeps Finding Bogus Reasons To Arrest Vocal Critic
  13. The Moment The Matrix Changed Everything
  14. At Last! Mystery of Garfield Phone Beach Solved After 35 Years
  15. EU to introduce anti-money laundering legislation for the art industry

SURVEILLANCE & PRIVACY

  1. Court Documents Show Canadian Law Enforcement Operated Stingrays Indiscriminately, Sweeping Up Thousands Of Innocent Phone Owners
  2. Bezos rep says Saudis stole racy texts, leaked them to the Enquirer
  3. 7th Circuit Punts On Border Smartphone Searches; Says Riley Decision Doesn’t Affect Anything
  4. Seventh Circuit Wades into Big Data Case Law
  5. YouTube Defeats Lawsuit Over Children’s Privacy
  6. FTC imposes unprecedented fine for violations of children’s online privacy rules
  7. Ancestry-Testing Company: It’s Our ‘Moral Responsibility’ to Give The FBI Access to Your DNA
  8. FamilyTreeDNA Deputizes Itself, Starts Pitching DNA Matching Services To Law Enforcement
  9. Riding the waves of U.S. data privacy legislation 
  10. Utah – The First State to Require a Warrant for Third-Party Data 
  11. Woman from China, with malware in tow, illegally entered Trump’s Mar-a-Lago
  12. LAPD Watchdog Says Department’s Data-Based Policing Is Producing Nothing But Wasted Time And Rights Violations
  13. Kaspersky Lab Will Now Alert Users to ‘Stalkerware’ Used In Domestic Abuse
  14. Facial Recognition Tech Now Capable Of Getting You Kicked Out Of The Mall
  15. Facial recognition can drive business goals, but where do we draw the line?
  16. HTTPS Isn’t Always As Secure As It Seems
  17. FTC Seeks Information from ISPs on Privacy Procedures 
  18. Washington State Pushes Forward With Comprehensive Privacy Legislation
  19. Will Washington Be the Next California?
  20. Thoughts on personal data vs non-personal data
  21. To catch a drug thief, hospital secretly recorded births, women’s surgeries
  22. Clinic Files Amicus Brief Arguing for Broader Access to Government Databases Through FOIA
  23. Machines Shouldn’t Have To Spy On Us To Learn (Zeynep Tufekci)

GAMES

  1. Oxford Researcher Blames ESA Reaction for Prolonged Gaming Addiction Crisis
  2. Screens, Teens, and Psychological Well-Being: Evidence From Three Time-Use-Diary Studies (Amy Orben & Andrew K. Przybylski)
  3. MIT Prof: If We Live In A Simulation, Are We Players Or NPCs?
  4. Google: We’re “committed to protecting and respecting privacy” with Stadia – Harrison assures streaming service’s users will be able to create an online persona “distinct and different” from their Google one
  5. Deep Silver deactivates stolen Metro Exodus Steam keys
  6. Sony is shutting down all Driveclub online servers
  7. Sony will switch off the DriveClub servers in March 2020
  8. Man gets 20 years for deadly “swatting” hoax
  9. Man responsible for fatal swatting call sentenced to 20 years
  10. Call Of Duty Gamer Behind Nation’s First “Swatting” Fatality Sentenced To 20 Years
  11. Security researcher pleads guilty to hacking into Nintendo and Microsoft
  12. Hacker sentenced to 18 months imprisonment for accessing Microsoft, Nintendo servers
  13. China’s frozen game approval process continues long thaw
  14. Latest batch of Chinese game approvals includes 30 foreign titles: Nearly 1,000 games have been approved since freeze was lifted in December
  15. Don’t Miss: A different approach to difficulty
  16. Event feedback leads Falcon Age devs to make combat optional
  17. No fooling: Reddit’s r/games goes silent for one day to call out hate, bigotry
  18. Ten tips for pitching from the head of ID@Xbox: Chris Charla gives developers a crash course on the dos and don’ts of selling potential partners on game ideas
  19. Inside look at BioWare explains exactly how fake E3 2017’s Anthem demo was
  20. Devs recall moments of instability, indecision, and crunch on Anthem
  21. How BioWare’s Anthem Went Wrong
  22. Blog: A short analysis of monetization in Apex Legends
  23. Drake invests in esports betting startup Players’ Lounge
  24. Video games are now a legitimate high school sport
  25. Players’ Lounge raises $3M for a wager-based, competitive video game platform
  26. Players’ Lounge raises $3m for buy-in gaming competitions: Drake, Take-Two CEO, Comcast, and former Yahoo CEO all invest in low-stakes tournament platform
  27. Durham College opens first-of-its-kind Esports Gaming Arena
  28. Blockchain: the real fuel for eSports 
  29. F1 To Release Official Blockchain Game
  30. Brendan Greene: “I’m done with battle royale” – PUBG designer discusses his move to the new Special Projects team, and the privilege of now working without a deadline
  31. This War of Mine has topped 4.5 million sales and raised over $500k for charity
  32. At Ubisoft you always have a second chance”
  33. Apple’s Arcade can succeed – if it aims at families | Opinion: New service can avoid joining a decade of “noble failures” trying to create alternatives to F2P by focusing on children and parents
  34. Borderlands 3 trailer shows some of its “over one billion guns”
  35. Borderlands 3 Is A Six-Month Epic Store Exclusive On PC
  36. Borderlands 3 will be a six-month Epic Games Store exclusive on PC
  37. Borderlands 3 is the next big Epic Games Store exclusive
  38. Borderlands 3 joins list of Epic Games store PC exclusives: 2K says its goal is “to embrace new distribution platforms that will contribute to our effort to grow the audience” for Gearbox’s shooter
  39. Epic wants to leave the Epic Games Store exclusivity decision up to devs
  40. Epic: “It’s never our intent to keep people away from playing a game” – David Stelzer and Sergey Galyonkin discuss Epic Games store exclusivity backlash and attracting devs
  41. Romero Games partners with Paradox Interactive for upcoming project
  42. Video: Sean Murray reflects on No Man’s Sky and grit in game dev
  43. UK video game spending rose to record $7.43 billion in 2018 
  44. What Astroneer’s devs learned while leaving Early Access
  45. Kenichiro Takaki departs Marvelous for Cygames: Senran Kagura producer resigns to work on new project following frustrations with restrictions on sexual content
  46. Today, WarCraft 1 & 2 get their first-ever digital launch—and it’s on GOG
  47. Is it all over for pre-owned video games?: Second-hand game sales remain significant, but the recent decline is by no means temporary
  48. GameStop posts massive loss as pre-owned game sales plummet
  49. GameStop posts $673m full-year loss: Specialty retailer acknowledges “the challenges facing our pre-owned video game business” and a need to change its business model
  50. GameStop: Sony pulling game cards won’t “have a material impact” on sales: Executive chairman Daniel DeMatteo believes PS4 owners will still fund digital purchases by buying currency in-store
  51. GameStop’s fortunes fall amid declining sales of games and consoles
  52. Sony updates policy to allow refunds on pre-orders: Refunds also allowed up to 14 days past purchase date if game has not yet been downloaded
  53. Sony tweaks PlayStation Store refund and cancelation policy in the U.S.
  54. Bethesda reveals “buddy pass” for Wolfenstein: Youngblood – Deluxe edition allows owner to share game with as many friends as they like for co-op play
  55. Microsoft scrubs Notch references from Minecraft: Platform holder distances itself from controversial creator
  56. Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson eradicated from splash text
  57. Minecraft update removes mentions of creator Notch from splash screens
  58. Minecraft: Java Edition surpasses 30 million lifetime sales
  59. Minecraft on PC surpasses 30m sales: In total, all editions of the game combined have sold over 150m
  60. Xenoblade developer Monolith Soft staffing up for Zeldaproject
  61. The case for a smaller, more portable Nintendo Switch | Opinion – Portables were said to be dead — so why would Nintendo consider releasing a smaller Switch?
  62. Twitch Prime users are being gifted a free year of Nintendo Switch Online
  63. Civilization VI update brings cross-platform cloud saves to Steam and Switch
  64. How Mario Kart Tour could bring Mario Kart up to speed | Opinion
  65. Sega Will Release The Genesis Mini On September 19
  66. Sega joins the mini-console revolution with Genesis Mini
  67. Sega Mega Drive Mini will launch September 19: Sonic, Ecco and ToeJam & Earl will be among 40 games built into the $80 retro console
  68. The Analogue Mega Sg answers why anyone would pay $190 for a new Sega Genesis
  69. Tencent opens new cloud streaming platform ‘Start’ for public testing
  70. Cloud streaming startup Polystream nets $12 million in funding
  71. CD Projekt plans to create 250 new jobs despite last year’s profit and revenue decline: Company still posts a healthy profit of €25.6 million as research and development spending hits €56.4 million
  72. Matchington Mansion surpasses $100m as competition sees downloads rise: Homescapes, Gardenscapes experience surge in installs despite no recent updates to either
  73. gamigo AG: acquisition of the game publisher WildTangent Inc. in the form of an asset deal leads to further profitable growth
  74. Rovio invests $3m in Play Ventures gaming fund: Fund has reached goal of $30m intended for investment in 20-25 companies
  75. FoxNext VP on turning Marvel: Strike Force into the Starbucks of mobile games
  76. Why 11 Bit Studios endeavors to put emotion and meaning first in game dev
  77. Designing for deck-building in video games
  78. Xsolla introduces new funding opportunity for indie developers
  79. Video: How devs can maintain their sanity for crunch and beyond 
  80. Humble Bundle cofounders step down because ‘we’re more startup kinda guys’
  81. Humble Bundle co-founders stepping down after best year ever: New vice president and general manager Alan Patmore pledges to grow company as “a force for good in this industry”
  82. Flaregames founder launches Phoenix Games to give smaller devs a leg up
  83. Gameloft partners with CARE for Dragon Mania Legends charity event
  84. Digital Minister Margot James: “This government is committed to helping games companies” – Writing for GamesIndustry.biz, the UK Minister details how the government is supporting British games developers and more
  85. Record year for UK games market as spending nears £6bn: Software alone accounted for £4 billion in revenue for the first time, records broken in hardware and digital spending
  86. Valve teases its own VR headset, the Valve Index, for May reveal
  87. Valve’s long-rumored VR headset is finally real: the Valve Index, coming in May
  88. Valve Index to launch June 15: VR headset to be sold separately from optional base station and motion controllers
  89. Space Channel 5 VR hands-on: Ulala’s back, and I met her
  90. Social VR Hits ‘Rec Room’ and ‘VRChat’ Coming to Oculus Quest
  91. Virtual & Augmented Reality Through the Legal Lens
  92. Abrams Artists Signs 5 Gaming Creators Including Meg Turney, Matt Cobuzio
  93. Hyper Light Drifter dev confirms TV series is in the works
  94. Adi Shankar producing Hyper Light Drifter TV series: Netflix’s Castlevania producer teams up with developer Alex Preston for animated adaptation
  95. Into the Pixel exhibit calls for submissions of game art
  96. Don’t Miss: Streamlining how players deal with death in games
  97. Blog: A different take on Sekiro Shadows Die Twice
  98. Why HandCircus rebuilt the early iOS game Rolando for modern devices
  99. The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset takes home GLAAD award for outstanding video game
  100. The Elder Scrolls Online honored with inaugural GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Video Game
  101. Making piracy and pre-owned games problems of the past – 10 Years Ago This Month: Gaming execs kill two birds with one server-based stone, while Konami insists Six Days in Fallujah has no message
  102. Blog: 20 Years of retention in EverQuest
  103. Gratitude for the Miracle Man: Why I Love: Pumped BMX developer Adam Hunt pays heartfelt homage to a magazine disc demo of Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX
  104. This Ebook Company Is Trying to Make Reading More Like Videogames
  105. Blockchain Games and Collectibles – Patents and Other Legal Issues 
  106. U.S. Patent No. 9,511,292: Video game competition notifications 
  107. Mayor Sadiq Khan opens London Games Festival 2019: Praised industry’s contributions to city’s economy and the diverse talent it is attracting
  108. These are Gamasutra’s favorite slides from GDC 2019
  109. Video: Laralyn McWilliams on staying optimistic and creative in game dev

Jon

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