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Virtual Insanity: Copyright and the Future of VR

ZeniMax Media has already won one judgment against Facebook-owned Oculus, here's the story of the lawsuit and its impact on virtual reality. The post Virtual Insanity: Copyright and the Future of VR appeared first on Plagiarism Toda...
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ZeniMax Media wins $500 million judgment against Oculus, Italian government shutters 50 domains pirating news content and Texas A&M sued for infringement. The post 3 Count: Virtual Insanity appeared first on Plagiarism Today.


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