News of the Week; June 24, 2020


  1. Pay to Link?: Canadian Heritage Minister Guilbeault Backs Bringing the Link Tax to Canada (Michael Geist)
  2. Heritage Minister raises possibility of link tax for internet companies (Michael Geist)
  3. Europeans vow to pursue digital tax plans after US “provocation”
  4. Charter seeks FCC OK to impose data caps and charge fees to video services
  5. FCC’s O’Rielly Musters A Tiny Bit Of Courage To Almost Acknowledge Trump’s Executive Order Is Unenforceable Gibberish
  6. AT&T Has Now Eliminated 41,000 Jobs Since Its $42 Billion Trump Tax Cut
  7. AT&T Says Being Misleading About ‘Unlimited’ Data Plans Was Ok, Because Reporters Told Consumers It Was Being Misleading
  8. The Fastest ISP In America Is Community Owned And Operated
  9. Yet More Layoffs Hit Sprint/T-Mobile, Despite Promises This Assuredly Wouldn’t Happen
  10. T-Mobile already trying to get out of merger conditions on 5G and hiring
  11. If T-Mobile’s giant outage affected you, now’s your chance to tell the FCC
  12. FCC Skeptical About Space X Satellite Broadband Claims
  13. FCC Seeks Further Comment on TRACED Act’s Traceback Consortium’s Role
  14. FCC Seeking Comment on the Origination of Programming by FM Translators
  15. Fifteen Year Drought Over: How the Defense in Evonik/PeroxyChem and T-Mobile/Sprint Successfully Litigated the Fix


  1. TikTok Teens and K-Pop Stans Say They Sank Trump Rally: Did a successful prank inflate attendance expectations for President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Okla.?
  2. In the UK, social media use associated with COVID-19 conspiracy theories
  3. Four Black Creators File Suit Against YouTube, Alleging Racial Discrimination In Algorithm
  4. Jukin Media Steps In With Copyright Claim After Trump Posts Doctored Video Of Hugging Toddlers
  5. Trump’s Plan To Turn US Global Media Operations Into State-Sponsored Breitbart… Could Threaten The Open (And Encrypted) Internet
  6. Google, Amazon condemn Trump order cutting off foreign worker visas
  7. Civil Rights Organizations Call for Facebook Advertising Boycott
  8. Facebook Ordered to Turn Over Internal Investigation Documents to Massachusetts Attorney General
  9. Court Denies Facebook’s Motion to Stay Order Compelling Production of Documents
  10. Facebook pulls Trump campaign ads for featuring Nazi-associated image
  11. Facebook’s New Content Moderation Appeals Process
  12. Content Moderation At Scale Is Impossible: Facebook Kicks Off Anti-Racist Skinheads/Musicians While Trying To Block Racists
  13. Viral TikTok Video From Black Artist Kirby Prompts Pepsi To Rebrand ‘Aunt Jemima’ Products
  14. TikTok faces scrutiny from EU watchdogs over data practices: Last month, Dutch data-protection commission investigated company’s policies to protect children’s data
  15. Apple caters to China by pulling thousands of “unlicensed” iPhone games
  16. Apple is changing parts of its app review process after the Hey controversy
  17. Vice Calls Out Brands For Deeming George Floyd, ‘Black Lives Matter’ Content Unsafe For Advertising
  18. Instagram Unveils Suite Of Programming, Tools, And Resources In Honor Of Juneteenth
  19. Sweating the Details: Court Analyzes User Interface to Uphold Online Arbitration Clause
  20. Southern District Says the Post Is the Story: Paparazzo’s Cardi B snaps are fair use when it comes to lipstick and hurled shoes
  21. Snap Says It Reaches More 13 To 24-Year-Olds In The U.S. Than Facebook, Instagram, And Messenger Combined
  22. FTC COPPA Settlement with App Developer Highlights Penalty Policy Considerations
  23. Twin Proposals Would Reform Section 230’s Liability Protections and Broadly Affect Online Content
  24. President Trump Loves Section 230 for Himself, Just Not for Anyone Else
  25. Judge Sides With Twitter Over Devin Nunes In Case Over Satirical Internet Cow: Section 230 Removes Twitter From Frivolous Case
  26. Americans Would Probably Love Section 230—If They Understood It (Eric Goldman)
  27. Further Thoughts On Moderation v. Discretion v. Censorship
  28. “There’s Always a Tweet” Applies to Trump’s Anti-Social Media Rhetoric
  29. Risk Mitigation For Social Media Cos. In Light Of Trump Order
  30. Another Court Rejects Turo’s Eligibility for Section 230–Turo v. Los Angeles (Eric Goldman)
  31. Hello! You’ve Been Referred Here Because You’re Wrong About Section 230 Of The Communications Decency Act
  32. Online harms: what progress in the UK and EU?
  33. The Communication Decency Act and the DOJ’s Proposed Solution: No Easy Answers
  34. Social Media Posts During Turbulent Times: FAQs on Employee Rights and Employer Responsibilities
  35. Electronic Data exclusion cries out for Judicial Interpretation
  36. Using the internet to cause emotional distress is a felony?
  37. Google to start fact-checking Google Images
  38. Google pushes “text fragment links” with new Chrome extension
  39. Masked arsonist might’ve gotten away with it if she hadn’t left Etsy review
  40. Twitter terminates DDoSecrets, falsely claims it may infect visitors
  41. Kim Kardashian West Signs With Spotify For ‘Innocence Project’ Podcast
  42. CBD Advertisements: What Celebrity Influencers Need to Know
  43. Reviewing the Americans With Disabilities Act’s Application to Websites–Martinez v. SDCCU (Eric Goldman)
  44. Insights: Can YouTube’s $100M Black Lives Matter Program Fuel A New Generation Of Marginalized Creators?
  45. YouTube’s ‘Cobra Kai’ To Kick It At Netflix, Starting With Season 3
  46. YouTube Launches Virtual Summer Camp With Arts, Sports, And STEM-Related Content
  47. Select Management Signs Slew Of YouTube Stars, Including Kelsey Darragh, Aaron Burriss, Hey It’s Fei
  48. YouTube Introduces New Shoppable Ads, ‘Video Action Campaigns’ For High-Traffic Marketing Spots
  49. Jessica Alba Drops Beauty Interview Series On Newly-Launched YouTube Channel
  50. Top 50 Most Viewed US YouTube Channels • Week Of 6/22/2020
  51. Top 50 Most Viewed YouTube Channels Worldwide • Week Of 6/22/2020
  52. NBA All-Star Stephen Curry To Host YouTube Competition Special ‘Ultimate Home Championship’
  53. With YouTube Music, Google is holding my speakers for ransom
  54. Philip DeFranco Signs With Semaphore To Seek Out Licensing Opportunities
  55. Hulu’s NewFronts Presentation Unveils Interactive Ad Format ‘GatewayGo,’ Nielsen Ad-Targeting Integration
  56. Roku Kicks Off Virtual NewFronts With Tools To Help Advertisers Weather Pandemic
  57. Condé Nast Unveils Podcast Network, Tap-To-Buy Video Ad Product At First NewFronts Outing
  58. Whistle To Launch Social Video Network In Collaboration With Survivalist Host Bear Grylls
  59. Barstool Sports Touts 950K Views Per Day For Founder Dave Portnoy’s Day Trading Show, Launches Branded Content Division
  60. Can you 3D print Damascus steel? Pretty much, yeah
  61. The Coronavirus Laid Bare Our Empty Lip Service To Fixing The ‘Digital Divide’
  62. Five practical steps to ensure due process during virtual hearings
  63. TV writers, like all of us, are developing a love-hate relationship with Zoom
  64. The long, winding, technological road to GPS in every car


  1. China Won’t Win the Race for AI Dominance: Authoritarians Love Data, but Innovation Matters More
  2. Police arrested wrong man based on facial recognition fail, ACLU says
  3. In A First, TikTok Lifts Veil On Inner-Workings Of #ForYou Page Algorithm
  4. Artificial Intelligence and the Boardroom Risk
  5. The artist and the algorithm: how YouTube is changing our relationship with music
  6. Endure and survive – The AI of The Last of Us


  1. Publishers Sue Internet Archive for free access to E-books
  2. Second Circuit Declines to Decide if Human Skin Can Be a Tangible Medium of Expression under Copyright Law and Affirms Dismissal of Makeup Artist’s Lawsuit
  3. Second Circuit Avoids “Making Up” Copyright Ruling Finding Artist’s Claims Preempted
  4. Copyright and memes: Drake effect, exceptions to infringement
  5. Ninth Circuit Decision Solidifies the Importance of Adhering to Registration Formalities
  6. Get ready to explore the boundaries of copyright on a bike before the ECJ (Case C‑833/18 (Brompton))
  7. A ride towards copyright for functional designs: could the iconic Brompton folding bike enjoy copyright protection? The view from Milan
  8. Copyright: Text and Data Mining – New Rules?
  9. Political Campaigns and Unauthorized Music
  10. Software patentability in Canada and beyond
  11. Copyright Gets In The Way Of Chef Andres’ ‘Recipes For The People’; Because The DMCA Takedown System Is Still Broken
  12. Cheez-It Issues A Bogus DMCA Notice To Nuke A Picture It Didn’t Like, Receives Dozens Of Offensive Images In Response
  13. Copyright Filters And Takedowns Are Broken: Questlove Says YouTube Flagged Him For Playing His Own Tracks
  14. Amazon and Valentino v. Kaitlyn Pan: contractual breach and counterfeiting
  15. Kawhi Leonard’s Fight for the “Claw”: An Oregon Court Holds that Nike Owns the “Claw Design” Logo
  16. Too vague: Prince Harry and Meghan’s trade mark application refused
  17. Another blow for Meghan and Harry’s trade mark strategy? Let’s investigate…
  18. Harry & Meghan’s ARCHEWELL US trade mark – not as hopeless as some reports suggest
  19. Netflix Outsmarts POTUS On Space Force Trade Mark
  20. Don’t Let Your Trademark Go Up In Smoke: “smoking is cool” Branding Is Prohibited Under Canada’s Cannabis Act
  21. Supreme Court rules in favour of Apple on trademark debranding
  22. NOKIA v Kokiya: the letters of the law
  23. Restaurant Industry Insight – Registering a Descriptive Restaurant Name
  24. In the company of Jedi´s
  25. Unfair advantage? Burlington Arcade successful at CJEU
  26. Three key differences between U.S. and Canadian patent law that can affect patent filing strategies in Canada
  27. Dropbox’s Patents Invalidated for Patent-Ineligible Subject Matter
  28. U.S. District Court Again Finds Patents for Updating Toolbar Without User Intervention Invalid
  29. Federal Circuit: Prior Dismissal Bars Customer Lawsuits
  30. Non-Infringement Need Not “Be Actually Litigated” to Invoke Kessler Doctrine
  31. Non-Infringement Need Not Be “Actually Litigated” to Shield Accused Products From Infringement Liability in Subsequent Actions
  32. Regeneron v Kymab and the effect of claim scope on the requirement of sufficiency of disclosure
  33. Rights of patentee or general Welfare of the public: which way should the scales tilt?
  34. Lifecycle of a smart idea: Patent strategy – Optimising life sciences patents
  35. Aces of the skies – the patent dogfight between DJI and Autel
  36. FibroGen & Astellas v Akebia & Otsuka – Lord Justice Arnold returns to the Patents Court for monster six patent trial
  37. Federal Circuit Patent Update
  38. Fun summer inventions and patents
  39. A Brief History of Patents & Slavery In Honor of Juneteenth
  40. Intellectual property in the time of COVID-19
  41. Brexit: implications for holders of intellectual property rights and domain names
  42. IP Post-NAFTA: What CUSMA Coming into Force Means for Canadian IP Law
  43. Revised draft Guidelines operationalizing the Patented Medicines Regulations: notable changes
  44. Intellectual Property – Top tips for Directors


  1. Double-double tracking: How Tim Hortons knows where you sleep, work and vacation: Tim Hortons is logging detailed location data of customers through its app — and many may not realize it’s happening at all
  2. It’s unconstitutional for cops to force phone unlocking, court rules
  3. Millions of documents from >200 US police agencies published in “BlueLeaks” trove
  4. Tech Companies Are Limiting Police Use of Facial Recognition. Here’s Why
  5. New York City Residents Turn City’s Traffic Cameras Into Cop-Watching Tools
  6. So Much For Going Dark: FBI Using Social Media, E-Commerce Sites To Track Down Suspects (Including Non-Lawbreakers)
  7. NIST Releases Cybersecurity Guidance for Manufacturers of IoT Devices
  8. Alleged Privacy Law Violations Create Potential $5 Billion Issue For Google
  9. High Court Protects Privacy of Googlers from Insolvency Probe
  10. Google LLC loses appeal against French Data Protection Authority decision before France highest administrative Court
  11. Chrome extensions with 33 million downloads slurped sensitive user data
  12. Top German Court Rules Facebook’s Collection And Use Of Data From Third-Party Sources Requires ‘Voluntary’ Consent
  13. Privacy Issues of U.S. Collection of Social Media Information from Visa Applicants
  14. Privacy Concerns Lead To Deletion Of All Data Collected By Norway’s Contact Tracing App
  15. FTC Pounces on Maker of Children’s App Menagerie
  16. Immediate Steps Needed to Prevent Your Pandemic WFH Savior Videoconferencing from Turning Into a Future Litigation Nightmare
  17. One Of The World’s Largest Web Tracking Companies Leaks Tons Of Personal Info From An Unsecured Server
  18. To evade detection, hackers are requiring targets to complete CAPTCHAs
  19. Crooks abuse Google Analytics to conceal theft of payment card data
  20. It’s Long Past Time To Encrypt The Entire DNS
  21. Is Data Privacy A Privilege? The Racial Implications Of Technology Based Tools In Government


  1. UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Declares Detention of Sri Lankan Author Violated International Law
  2. Police Memo Says Officers Raiding A Journalist’s Home Were Instructed To Turn Off Their Body Cameras
  3. Appeals Court Says California’s IMDb-Targeting ‘Ageism’ Law Is Unconstitutional
  4. Tennessean Newspaper Apologizes For Running “Horrific” and “Utterly Indefensible” Advertisement
  5. Advertising Falls within Commercial Activity Exception to Sovereign Immunity
  6. Reese Witherspoon and Draper James in COVID-19 Giveaway Suit
  7. Schrodinger’s Classified Info: Trump Argues John Bolton’s Book Is Both False & Classified
  8. In Defamation Law, Context is Everything.
  9. The Need For A Federal Anti-SLAPP Law Is Clear And Overwhelming
  10. ViacomCBS Says It Is In No Rush to Make Major Acquisition
  11. ‘Wunderkind’ London Art Dealer Arrested by FBI
  12. The “root-and-branch rethink” of the film and TV production industry
  13. French Constitutional Council Kills Government’s Brand New Hate Speech Law


  1. Class action lawsuit brought against Apple over loot boxes: Loot boxes are indisputably gambling under California law, argues 100-member lawsuit
  2. Starting in July, iOS games will require gov’t approval to launch on China’s App Store
  3. California court dismisses Magic Leap lawsuit against competitor Nreal
  4. Magic Leap’s lawsuit against competitor Nreal thrown out of court: “From the beginning we’ve firmly stated that Magic Leap’s claims against Nreal are meritless,” says Nreal founder
  5. ‘The Sims’ Becomes An Outlet For Would-Be Protesters Who Cannot Attend Protests
  6. FDA First: Agency Approves Video Game Treatment For ADHD, Requires A Prescription
  7. Dozens of YouTubers, Twitch Streamers, And Gaming Executives Face Sexual Abuse Allegations
  8. Dying Light 2 writer Chris Avellone accused of sexual assault and harassment
  9. As streamers face harassment allegations, Twitch sees boycott threat
  10. Mass DMCA Takedown Requests Issued on Twitch
  11. A wave of abuse allegations sweeps the games industry
  12. Ubisoft and Insomniac face allegations over mistreatment of women
  13. Insomniac responds to allegations from former staff about culture of harassment
  14. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla creative director leaves project: Takes leave of absence from Ubisoft after accusations of marital infidelity
  15. Ubisoft ‘deeply concerned’ with sexual assault allegations against multiple employees
  16. Industry’s abuse problem brought into focus by latest wave of allegations: Less than a year since high profile industry figures named, dozens of streamers, influencers and developers called out for abusive behaviour
  17. Hearthstone pro says he was blacklisted after spouse criticized Blizzard: Janne “Savjz” Mikkonen says he was punished because Christina Mikkonen “spoke up about the injust practices” of Blizzard
  18. Cheeky Devils left Red-faced – High Court rejects Manchester United’s procedural request in video game case
  19. Police cars removed from Epic Games’ Fortnite: The Wall Street Journal alleges that police vehicles were removed in response to the killing of George Floyd
  20. Valve looks to stem tide of racist bots in Team Fortress 2: After months of inaction, Valve quietly works to “mitigate the use of new and free accounts for abusive purposes”
  21. Bot mafias have wreaked havoc in World of Warcraft Classic
  22. Too little, too shy: The gaming industry’s response to #BLM | Opinion: Gaming companies want to get away with tokens of sympathy for #BlackLivesMatter — Don’t let them
  23. How the games industry can put its diversity pledges into action | Opinion: The industry’s diversity problems aren’t new, but willing developers have all the tools they need to take action
  24. Zynga launches $25 million charity fund to foster inclusion and diversity
  25. Kowloon Nights launches $2 million game investment fund for Black creators
  26. Former Microsoft employee accuses Mixer manager of racist comments: Milan Lee has a meeting with Microsoft’s Phil Spencer to discuss an experience that made him leave the company
  27. Microsoft is killing its game-streaming service, folding it into Facebook’s
  28. Microsoft is shutting down Mixer, redirecting its users to Facebook Gaming
  29. Microsoft Shutters Mixer, Looks To Shepherd Creators To Facebook Gaming As Part Of New Pact
  30. Microsoft announces the closure of streaming platform Mixer, will partner with Facebook Gaming
  31. Microsoft shutting down Mixer: Streaming service closing July 22 with partners being transitioned to Facebook Gaming; exclusive streamers like Ninja, Shroud free to leave
  32. Lone Echo developer Ready at Dawn acquired by Facebook
  33. Humble’s ‘Fight for Racial Justice’ bundle has raised over $4.3M for charity
  34. Humble Bundle raises £3.5m for Black Lives Matter: Bundle of more than 50 games and books was bought by 130,000 people
  35. App Imperialism: The Political Economy of the Canadian App Store (David Nieborg, Chris Young, Daniel Joseph)
  36. Guinness reinstates Billy Mitchell’s Donkey Kong, Pac-Man records
  37. Twitch sells CurseForge to Overwolf: Mod management platform will become stand-alone app supported by subscriptions, in-app advertising
  38. EA pledges tougher stance on toxicity with Positive Play Charter: The publisher has removed more than 3,500 player-created assets featuring “inappropriate and hurtful” language in recent weeks
  39. EA and the war against toxicity: Chief marketing officer Chris Bruzzo on why Electronic Arts is ramping up its efforts to stamp out hate speech in games
  40. Report: Microsoft could launch xCloud streaming service as part of Xbox Game Pass
  41. Xbox Series X difference will be immersion more than visuals, Spencer says: Head of Xbox talks about what will separate Microsoft’s next-gen, says cell phone-like All Access payment program will be “critical” this generation
  42. Lack of Smart Delivery won’t prevent PS5 owners from playing Cyberpunk 2077
  43. PlayStation posts bug bounty to track down PS4 and PSN security issues
  44. EA: “PS5 and Xbox Series X games will feel different, better and more visceral” – Chief Studios Officer Laura Miele on breaking down platform barriers, making games more inclusive, and COVID-19
  45. EA Sports renews exclusivity deal with La Liga for FIFA franchise: The extended deal includes a “joint commitment” to pushing further into esports
  46. The Sims 4 records peak high of 10 million monthly active users
  47. The Sims 4 hit 10m MAUs in the last quarter: EA’s six year old title also added 2.5m new players in the last two months, ahead of its relaunch on Steam
  48. EA is bringing seven games to the Nintendo Switch in the next 12 months: Including Burnout Paradise: Remastered and Apex Legends
  49. Evercade’s retro portable made me fall out of love with game cartridges
  50. Activision follows Crash Bandicoot remakes with the first new Crash game in a decade
  51. This War of Mine is now recommended reading for Polish high school students
  52. This War of Mine will be added to school reading list in Poland: “I don’t think we’ve ever encountered a game being officially included in the educational system on a national level as school reading”
  53. CEX staff report concerns as stores re-open: Employees take issue with inconsistent rules, no quarantine period on trade-ins, no reduction in opening hours
  54. Facebook prepares to wage war over release of Gaming app on iOS
  55. Apple repeatedly rejects Facebook Gaming app for App Store inclusion: Platform’s rules ban apps whose main focus is distributing other games
  56. Apple App Store Has Denied Hosting Facebook’s Standalone Gaming App At Least 5 Times Since February (Report)
  57. New App Store review processes will let devs challenge guideline violations
  58. Apple to allow developers to challenge App Store Review Guidelines: New systems will put devs in a stronger position to appeal Apple’s decisions and change problematic App Store rules
  59. Stadia Share launches in beta with Crayta in July: Creators will be able to generate shareable links directly to their game sessions
  60. The mystery Pokemon project being developed by Tencent is a cross-platform MOBA
  61. Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed again—this time to November
  62. Cyberpunk 2077 delayed two more months: CD Projekt Red pushes release back to November 19 saying more time needed for balancing and bug fixing
  63. Population Zero and the dangers of Early Access hype: Three key lessons from a game made by a studio of 60 people, that had a very rough launch
  64. South Australian government extends 10% rebate to its games industry: The production rebate is the first of its kind to be extended to game developers in Australia
  65. Shawn Layden: “I would welcome a return to the 12 to 15 hour AAA game” – At Gamelab Live, the former PlayStation exec discussed the industry’s need to rethink the spiralling costs of AAA development
  66. Call of Duty: Mobile reaches 250m downloads after eight months – Sensor Tower estimates show sharp increase in revenue and downloads since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
  67. Report: Digital games market revenue reached $10.2 billion in May (SuperData)
  68. Digital games spending reaches $10.2b in May as COVID-19 restrictions relax: Grand Theft Auto 5, Civilization 6 see PC spending surges thanks to free Epic Games Store release
  69. The Last of Us Part 2 smashes sales records | UK Charts: It beats Uncharted 4 to become Sony’s fastest-selling PS4 game
  70. Examining the indie ins and outs of today’s game distribution platforms
  71. Epic Games Store hit 61m MAUs during “The Vault” game giveaway: Epic’s Steam competitor reached 13m peak concurrent users during campaign in which Grand Theft Auto 5 was given away for free
  72. One tricky racing sim: Assetto Corsa Competizione is now on consoles
  73. ‘Fortnite’ To Test Full-Length Film Screenings With Christopher Nolan’s ‘Inception,’ ‘Batman Begins,’ ‘The Prestige’
  74. Fortnite is a masterclass in flexibility | Opinion: Epic’s battle royale is a cultural phenomenon due to a will to challenge fundamental ideas about what a game is and what its players want to experience
  75. FaZe Clan Takes Ownership Stake In Meal Replacement Shake Startup ‘CTRL’
  76. Cloud Gaming – Opportunities and Risks for eSports
  77. Igniting the fire of eSports regulatory reform
  78. Esports as sport
  79. EA: Playing ‘Star Wars: Squadrons’ in VR Will Be “more like being a real pilot”
  80. Facebook acquires Ready at Dawn: Oculus parent picks up Lone Echo franchise studio to work on VR content
  81. Oculus will start offering Quest software regardless of quality
  82. Oculus is winding down Oculus Go support to instead double down on Quest and Rift
  83. Oculus Go headset discontinued: VR company will stop adding developers’ apps and updates to Oculus Store this December, pledges to open up Quest distribution options
  84. Quest-curious VR devs will be able to officially bypass the Oculus Store in 2021
  85. The digitisation of Pokémon: The Pokémon Company’s Peter Murphy discusses the release of the new Isle of Armor DLC
  86. How playtesting influenced the last days of Control’s development
  87. Blog: Game composers and the importance of themes – Part 1
  88. Don’t Miss: A level designer breaks down The Last of Us 2’s trailer level
  89. Don’t Miss: The untold story of Lumines: Electronic Symphony
  90. Don’t Miss: What went right (and wrong) during Deadly Premonition’s development
  91. Video: High-performance animation transitions in Gears of War
  92. Video: Using deep learning to combat cheating in Counter-Strike
  93. Unity’s Learn Premium suite of game dev courses is now available for free
  94. Unity makes premium learning tools free on a permanent basis: More than 350 hours of online courses are now available to everyone due to ongoing impact of COVID-19
  95. Minecraft, King’s Quest, and more join the World Video Game Hall of Fame
  96. U.S. Patent no. 10,325,266: Rewarding classes of purchasers


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