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Zenimax was back in court yesterday, seeking to press its advantage over Oculus after winning a $500M judgment over copyright infringement and other issues surrounding VR technology. Ars Technica (by way of a subscription article on Law360) has word that they are seeking to block sales of Oculus Rift units or a 10-year 20% royalty on sales. They are also asking that Facebook check under the sofa cushions for another half-a-billion in damages. For their part, Oculus argues the whole original judgment should be discarded, so a double-or-nothing bet of sorts is playing out. Here's a summary of where this stands:
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