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Blizzard sued Jung and other parties involved with the bnetd project, claiming inter alia that they had infringed Blizzard trademarks and copyrights, breached the End User Licence Agreements ('EULA') under which the games were published, breached the Battle.
In the consent decree, the defendants agreed that they had incorporated copyrighted materials created by Blizzard into the bnetd software without authorisation.
In addition, the appellate court agreed with Judge Shaw that because the BnetD servers created a functional alternative to Battle.
Furthermore, Judge Shaw held that because the BnetD servers created a functional alternative to Battle.
In addition, the judgment enjoins others who distribute BnetD or act in concert with the BnetD members from creating and providing access to unauthorized servers that emulate Blizzard's own servers for the purpose of playing legal or illegal copies of Blizzard games as against the law.
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