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The Osborne Clarke website has the outcome of the German legal case against Valve over the non-transferrability of Steam accounts and the inability to sell pre-owned Steam games (thanks MCV). German consumer group vzbv previously unsuccessfully sued Valve over this, but a 2012 ruling by the European Union that the doctrine of exhaustion applied to digitally distributed computer software inspired them to take another go at this. The legal eagles at the site explain why Valve prevailed in spite of that ruling:
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