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Tom Sloper

Member Since 20 Jan 2006
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 10:54 PM

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In Topic: Steam advertising and analytics

20 November 2014 - 10:08 PM

Let`s talk here about marketing Steam store page, analytic tools and services t

The problem is that you're asking other people to talk about those things, and yet you haven't offered your own thoughts on the subject. Or are you looking for information? If so, you'd probably get replies if you asked a specific question.

In Topic: Using RealWorld People in Games and law?

19 November 2014 - 10:49 AM

Of course, it's unlikely that Ricki's offense rises to the level of jail time, depending on the amount of the unpaid judgment levied against him for violating someone's right of publicity. Still, it's better to just not get sued in the first place...

In Topic: math problem

19 November 2014 - 10:33 AM

this could be homework

Then it IS homework. loma, you don't learn if you don't do your homework! Locking.

In Topic: Using RealWorld People in Games and law?

19 November 2014 - 08:30 AM

Whould would enforce it? interpol :-D?

The case would appear in a court of the country where you're being sued (not your country).
Depending on the severity of the offense and the judgment against you: If you travel to a country where the law is enforceable, you could be stopped at the airport in that country (your name will set off an alarm in the computer, and immigration will hold you). Which means you could never go to (or through an airport of) that country.
Just guessing (I'm not a lawyer). You should talk to a lawyer.

In Topic: Are there any patent trollers in the games indestry?

18 November 2014 - 09:11 PM

"Candy" patent (or was it trademark?)?


Patents cover inventions and processes. Trademarks cover names and logos.