High Court passes on Sony, Connectix suit

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High Court passes on Sony, Connectix suit

The US Supreme Court, without comment, rejected Sony’s plea to reverse a ruling that found the Virtual Game Station by Connectix a fair usage. That ruling, in turn, reversed an earlier ruling that halted the sale of the VGS software, that enables users to play games on a PC that were designed for use on Sony’s PlayStation game console. Though Connectrix is free to sell its product, a lower court could still find Sony’s claim of unfair competition legitimate and take the VGS off the market.

To read the source article, go to wired.com.