Lawmakers have asked the Biden administration to block any social media company based in any country deemed hostile to American interests.
European and Asian companies had bypassed earlier sanctions and used the N. Korea studio’s services by paying funds to front companies.
The gaming company develops billion-dollar franchises including ‘World of Warcraft,’ ‘Overwatch,’ and ‘Diablo.’
Bromberg was storing around three tons of flammable nitrate reels in a non-climate-controlled basement that caught fire in 2020, killing two.
Sonic the Hedgehog creator and former Square Enix employee Yuji Naka was arrested by prosecutors in Japan on Friday.
Since January, Youtube has removed 2,000 ‘Wolfoo’ videos, and lawsuits have been filed in the U.K., Russia, and Vietnam.
Accusations including over-inflating subscriber numbers and prioritizing streaming at the expense of other company businesses.
A judge has agreed that writer Jeffery Scott plausibly alleged that Disney used protectable elements of his work in the 2018 reboot.
The group alleges the school mishandled student-on-student reports of sexual assault, sexual harassment, threats of violence, and stalking.
Republican lawmaker Josh Hawley is coming for Mickey Mouse.
The case is related to “passing off and trade marks.”
Hollywood studios are joining the group, which also targets manga piracy.
Blue Sky is alleged to have taken $83 million more than it should have from Connecticut residents between 2017 and 2021.
As have many other books, films, compositions, and a trove of around 400,000 sound recordings.
“We hope that this settlement properly acknowledges those who had negative experiences at Riot,” the company said in a statement.
“The very limited portion allocated to animation . . . constitutes a real disappointment and lack of understanding from the platforms,” says one organization.
Jean Chalopin’s career arc could almost be pinched from an “Inspector Gadget” storyline.
Anderson is accused of duping investors into contributing to his companies. If convicted, he could face decades in jail.
The video involved “a wholesale copying” of Eddy Grant’s song “Electric Avenue,” a judge has ruled.
This isn’t the suit the state of California filed in July. There’s another one.