Supreme Court will take up case over cheerleader uniforms, GSU wants $3.3 million in attorneys fees and Sega opens doors to both mods and infringements.
Valve recently tried to offer paid mods, however, it quickly learned how little it understood about modding and its community.
Publishers lose bid to get new evidence in GSU case, settlement with Sarah Palin falls apart and Valve introduces paid mods and copyright problems.
The Beastie Boys drop a bombshell on their sample case, the Catholic Church in Brazil threatens over commercial using Christ the Redeemer and more!
Mega shutters a file search engine, Valve sued in Germany over used games and CES drops CNET over Hopper controversy.
Valve and Amanda Palmer have been a part of major fan collaborations recently, but why is one a resounding success and the other mired in controversy?
Steam has revolutionized the way people buy PC games, what can it teach other content creators?