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Nintendo battles EU punishment

Nintendo has told a European Union court that a €149.1 million ($232 million) fine handed to them by EU regulators for price fixing in 2002 was unjustified. The European Commission fined Nintendo and seven distributors a total of €167.8 million for colluding between 1991 and 1998 to raise prices of …

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Brussels calls on industry to fix age ratings

The European video games industry must work harder to protect young people from violent software, the European Commission has concluded. Following a survey of existing measures across the 27 EU Member States, the EC called for an official code of conduct over age classification to be drawn up within two …

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Antitrust officials raid Intel and DSG

It has emerged that that The European Commission has conducted antitrust raids on the offices of leading global chip maker Intel and Dixons and PC World owners DSG. To read the full story, head over the MCV’s sister site PC Retail.

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