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Kotaku Australia has a follow-up on the recent report that Valve is being taken to court in Australia over the lack of a refund policy for Steam purchases (thanks Darth Guybrush). They have a list from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission of demands the watchdog group has to make this right, as well as a statement from Valve saying they are trying to work this out, quoting Doug Lombardi as saying "We are making every effort to cooperate with the Australian officials on this matter." They also provide some background on this, saying the legal action was prompted by a few cases where consumers were unable to secure refunds for games that turned out to be unplayable. Here is the list of what the ACCC wants of Valve if they prevail in this case:
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