Facebook loses Oculus VR intellectual property lawsuit to Bethesda owner Zenimax

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Oculus founder Palmer "not" Luckey loses intellectual property infringement case against ZeniMax
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Oculus founder Palmer "not" Luckey loses intellectual property infringement case against ZeniMax

Facebook ordered to pay $500m to Zenimax on top of the $2bn it already paid for Oculus Rift

Facebook has been ordered to pay $500m to Zenimax, the owner of games developer and publisher Bethesda. It follows a lawsuit over claims that the Oculus virtual reality technology, acquired by Facebook...

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