Monday, February 26, 2024

Videogamer has First Amendment right to depict military equipment

A New York judge has ruled that publisher Activision isn’t infringing AM General’s trademark by featuring Humvees in its Call of Duty series. The decision, handed down a few weeks ago, is a mark in favor of game developers depicting actual military equipment to create a sense of realism.

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