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June 20, 2005
More Reports from the Blizzard v. BnetD Oral Arguments
To me the best sign was that Paul Grewal (pronounced "gray wall") of Day Casebeer kept pounding on the law, while opposing counsel Stephan H. Rovak kept pounding on the table, summoning the dread spectres of piracy (the defendants all had legal copies of the Blizzard game software) and copyright violation (all copyright claims were dismissed with prejudice in the lower court).
Previous relevant Copyfight coverage is just below
; an October 2004 IT Conversations podcast featuring Ernie Miller
, Seth Finkelstein
, and Michael Madison
discussing the case is here
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