A lawsuit against the DRM system in Uplay was rejected

According to Polygon, the judge of the United States District Court rejected the Digital Reg of Texas LLC, in which it was a question of six patent violations related to access control technologies, tracking, delivery, delivery and encryption of digital content. The judge ruled that Ubisoft has immunity against this kind of accusations thanks to the earlier world agreement Valve, which licensed the mentioned technologies.

Like any DRM system ever neglected, Uplay has its own ill-wishers. Steam and Origin (to some extent) overcame the initial reluctance of players to put up with such restrictions by providing users with various social instruments and a discount system. However, the Ubisoft site is playing the role of a catching up. And a number of problems with the launch of Watch Dogs have not added popularity to the system.


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