Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Candy Crush Saga owner moves HC to protect IPR

 The most popular game on smartphones and tabs, the 'Candy Crush Saga', is embroiled in a court case in India., the company which owns intellectual property of the game, filed a copyright infringement suit against the Apeejay Surrendra Group in the Bombay high court recently to restrain it from using the images of its popular game.

The Candy Crush Saga has 97 million daily active users.

The high court, based on King's ownership of the intellectual property rights for the Candy Crush game and the evidence of its popularity, had passed an ex-parte order, restraining Park Hotel from using the intellectual property.

"In its ex-parte order, the Bombay high court recognized that the intellectual property rights in the game are exclusively associated with

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