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What Hasbro Could Learn From PopCap

On September 22, 2008 By JETLaw

Earlier this summer, we wrote about the legal skirmish involving Hasbro and an unauthorized Scrabble-based game on Facebook. Since then, the unauthorized version has disappeared not only in North America, but worldwide. Moreover, months after Facebook introduced a new Hasbro-designed Scrabble, this “official” Scrabble still only has about ten percent of the [...]

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Time to find a new Class-time Pastime?

On July 11, 2008 By JETLaw

In 2006, the tremendously popular social networking website, Facebook.com, opened its forum to allow all users to create and add “applications” that are accessible to all other users.  Ranging in an immense variety of topics, popular applications include “Top Friends,” “FunWall,” “SuperPoke,” and “Pieces of Flair.”  While most applications are generally innocuous, one [...]

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