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Jury Decides Oculus Owes $500M in Copyright Case

FindLaw – “The reality may be virtual, but the jury’s verdict is very real. Oculus VR, makers of the Rift virtual reality headset, along with founders Palmer Luckey and Brendan Iribe, were found to have violated a nondisclosure agreement as well as copyright infringement and false designation in a legal rift with ZeniMax Media. And now Oculus — or more accurately its new owner, Facebook — owe ZeniMax half a billion dollars. Here’s a breakdown of the jury’s verdict, along with the verdict itself…”

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