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Submitted by vortis 707d ago | article

Valve Given More Time To Address Steam's EULA, Consumer Protection Aims To Resolve In Court

Cinemablend "Valve has up until October 10th to come up with a reasonable response for the Federation of German Consumer Organization's desist order before the organization pursues a resolution for the matter in the court of law. According to a representative from the vzbv, if Valve doesn't respond by the extended deadline, it was stated that they will seek to “resolve the dispute in court.” (Industry, PC, Steam, Valve)

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