Rovio wins Angry Birds counterfeit toy lawsuit

The firm has been offered $700,000 in damages.
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Rovio has successfully sued several international companies for selling counterfeit versions of its popular Angry Birds toys.

The app game developer will now be awarded $700,000 in damages.

The firm filed a lawsuit against Jong K. Park, Royal Plush Toys, Western Sales and Services and Royal Trade for making and selling knock-off toys based on the game in November 2012.

On March 12th this year, a US District Court Judge for the Northern District of California ordered that the defendant pay the damages to Rovio for willfully violating the Copyright Act, reports Game Politics.


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