Sci-fi author sues Ubisoft over Assassin's Creed copyright infringement

Sci-fi author sues Ubisoft over Assassin's Creed copyright infringement

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Science fiction author John L. Beiswenger has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against game publisher Ubisoft in a Pennsylvania district court, claiming that the Assassin's Creed series illegally copies ideas and themes he established in his 2002 novel Link. Beiswenger's novel, as excerpted heavily in the suit (PDF), focuses...
Sci-fi author sues Ubisoft over Assassin's Creed copyright infringement
                                       

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