20°
Submitted by donniebaseball 775d ago | news

Blizzard says class-action suit filled with "patently false information"

Last week GI.biz reported on a class-action lawsuit filed against Blizzard Entertainment, which alleges that the developer failed to secure players' information and it accuses Blizzard of fraud and unjust enrichment for requiring players to set up a Battle.net account. GamesIndustry International has now heard from Blizzard on the matter, and the company insists that the suit is "without merit and filled with patently false information." Blizzard said it intends to "vigorously defend ourselves through the appropriate legal channels." (Blizzard, Industry)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Mass Effect 4: 10 Things It Must Learn From Dragon Age: Inquisition

15m ago - WC: Dragon Age: Inquisition is so good that the next Mass Effect could learn a thing or two from... | PC
40°

3DSBlessed : Top 5 3DS Games of 2014

1h ago - HelenBaby writes : "With the year’s end once again drawing upon us the time has come to put our f... | 3DS
30°

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire’s Hoenn-Themed Battle Competition Confirmed

1h ago - The first battle competition for Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will be running from Janua... | 3DS
20°

Mega Man Zero 2 Hits Wii U in Japan on January 7

1h ago - Japanese Wii U players have a date with the sequel to Mega Man Zero. Rockman Zero 2 is officially... | Wii U
Ad

Far Cry 4 (XB1) Review

Now - Ken finds his inner tiger in Kyrat. | Promoted post
40°

Final Fantasy XIV optional items store updated with new years items

1h ago - Square Enix has updated the optional items store for Final Fantasy XIV to include items from past... | PC