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German courts rule techno is officially considered music in landmark decision for clubs

German clubs will now be taxed at the same rate as traditional concert venues in a new ruling by Germany’s federal fiscal court BFH—a major win for the clubbing industry. The court agreed with plaintiffs, including Berlin’s legendary Berghain club, that they should not have to pay the standard 19 percent value-added tax on ticket […]

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Apple Court Filing Says Epic Asked For Special Deal Before All This Nonsense Started

When we last left the legal battle between Epic Games and Apple, the game maker had requested the court prevent Apple from removing its games and dev tool access from the App Store. Today, Apple fired back in a filing opposing the request, producing an email dated June 30 from Epic CEO Tim Sweeney asking […]

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Apple Court Filing Says Epic Asked For Special Deal Before All This Nonsense Started

When we last left the legal battle between Epic Games and Apple, the game maker had requested the court prevent Apple from removing its games and dev tool access from the App Store. Today, Apple fired back in a filing opposing the request, producing an email dated June 30 from Epic CEO Tim Sweeney asking […]

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Apple Court Filing Says Epic Asked For Special Deal Before All This Nonsense Started

When we last left the legal battle between Epic Games and Apple, the game maker had requested the court prevent Apple from removing its games and dev tool access from the App Store. Today, Apple fired back in a filing opposing the request, producing an email dated June 30 from Epic CEO Tim Sweeney asking […]

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Sony Fined $2.4 Million By Australian Court For Misleading PlayStation Players

Australia’s Federal Court announced today that it’s ordering Sony to pay $3.5 million in fines (approximately $2,445,00 in U.S. dollars) for breaking the country’s consumer law by misleading people about video game refunds.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Being Muted In A Video Game Doesn’t Violate Civil Rights, Federal Court Declares

If you or a loved one has been muted in a video game, you may not be entitled to financial compensation. Exposure to muting might finally wake you up to the idea that there are consequences to your actions. Please do wait. Do not call now!Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Paul van Dyk in jeopardy of losing $12 million injury settlement

It seems German trance authority, Paul van Dyk (real name, Matthias Paul), may have some difficulty collecting his $12,588,643.45 restitution money he was granted after a near-fatal fall in 2016. Dyk suffered serious brain damage and spine injuries in February of 2016, upon falling from the stage during a performance at A State Of Trance […]

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Paul van Dyk in jeopardy of losing $12 million injury settlement

It seems German trance authority, Paul van Dyk (real name, Matthias Paul), may have some difficulty collecting his $12,588,643.45 restitution money he was granted after a near-fatal fall in 2016. Dyk suffered serious brain damage and spine injuries in February of 2016, upon falling from the stage during a performance at A State Of Trance […]

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Ghost Ship founder gets heated and combative during court testimony

Ghost Ship founder Thomas Almena grew combative in court on Monday, July 8 during testimony about his involvement in the 2016 fire at the Oakland warehouse that killed 36 people. Almena and Ghost Ship’s creative director Max Harris each face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the negligence that led to the deaths of three […]

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Ghost Ship founder gets heated and combative during court testimony

Ghost Ship founder Thomas Almena grew combative in court on Monday, July 8 during testimony about his involvement in the 2016 fire at the Oakland warehouse that killed 36 people. Almena and Ghost Ship’s creative director Max Harris each face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the negligence that led to the deaths of three […]

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Judge Orders Teen To Stop Playing Violent Video Games

Earlier this week, a student at Lake Park High School in the suburbs of Chicago was arrested for threatening to commit a school shooting on social media. At his hearing, a judge yesterday ordered the teen to forfeit his smartphone to his parents and stop playing violent video games.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Live Nation VP arrested for filming up women’s skirts with pen camera

The Vice President of Finance and Strategic Initiatives at Live Nation Entertainment, Andrew Macrae, has been arrested following the discovery that he routinely use a pen camera to take photos up women’s skirts on his daily London commute.A Live Nation employee since 2004, Macrae was caught capturing the illicit images by an off-duty Metropolitan Police officer […]

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White British Lord Sentenced To 3 Months In Prison For Mocking Colored Guyanese Woman

The West has reached a stage in its decline at which private individuals are able to criminalize other private individuals by taking offence at them. The obvious problem with this is that, although practically anyone can find someone to offend them for some reason, only those who are reputable and within reach of the law […]

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Facebook Struggles in Legal Fight to Keep the Oculus Rift on Shelves

Facebook was back in federal court today to plead with a judge to reject ZeniMax’s request to halt sales of the Oculus Rift headset. The argument by Facebook’s lawyers could work, but it sure doesn’t make the company’s defense against the original suit look any stronger. Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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