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Digital Homicide “destroyed” in wake of Steam removal, can’t afford to continue harassment suit

Developer Digital Homicide has had to drop its case against Steam users, which may have killed the company altogether. Digital Homicide has become notorious for its legal responses to negative criticism, filing suit against the Jimquisition’s Jim Sterling and later suing Steam users whom it alleges are guilty of harassment. Apparently in response to being […]
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