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NATHAN E. BLAIR and CEBERUS ONLINE GAMES, LLC v. CHARLES ADKINS
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA (ATLANTA)
Be very careful about the contractors you use. This alleged “high jacking” is not unusual.
The Plaintiffs are the owners and developers of a multiplayer online videogame. The Defendant is a developer who is alleged to have modified files in Plaintiffs’ game with malicious computer code and subsequently “high jacked” all of the traffic leading to Plaintiffs’ website.
Allegations in the lawsuit include violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, unfair competition, violation of the Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act, breach of contract, conversion, and unjust enrichment. The prayer for relief includes requests for permanent injunctive relief, punitive damages, actual and consequential damages, an accounting and disgorgement of Defendant’s revenue, attorneys’ fees, and such other and further relief the Court deems just and proper. Traverse Internet Law Federal Court Report Cross-Reference Number 1523.