Music game revenues may be on the slide, but music game lawsuits continue to proliferate. The latest has been filed by the US-based Patent Compliance Group against Activision, claiming that its music games are being improperly marketed as patented or patent-pending. PCG claims that Activision doesn’t have any patents or pending patent applications. “False patent marking is a serious problem,” says its complaint. “Acts of false marketing deter innovation and stifle competition in the marketplace”. If it wins, the case will be more embarrassing than costly for Activision, since PCG is only seeking $500 per violation. Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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