Gaming

Intellectual property: the law of video games

Maeva offers you an inventory of the law in video games, by analyzing the legal status of our media and other intellectual properties.

In recent years, video games have been part of the concerns of lawyers. Unfortunately, there is no special regime for video games in terms of intellectual property: each element of the game is entitled to its own legal regime (music, engine, gameplay, characters, etc …). However, the status of video games has evolved. In the 1980s, in France, the Court of Appeal considered that the video game was not a work of the mind, but the result of an assembly of technicians. Maeva offers you to know a little more about the Law of video games, but also mods, which remains very different from that of the material which allows them to turn.

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