Developer seeking Steam users’ identities for lawsuit withdraws case, saying his studio ‘is destroyed’

Digital Homicide was granted a motion for dismissal of its $18 million lawsuit against the Steam users, whom the studio alleged had committed harassment with scathing reviews, comments and criticisms of Digital Homicide’s games and co-founders. The two-man studio that sought to subpoena Valve for the personal information of 100 Steam users is withdrawing all of its legal actions, saying recent events and bad publicity surrounding them have wiped out their business and their ability to pursue a lawsuit.

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http://www.polygon.com/2016/10/3/13153766/digital-homicide-lawsuit-sue-threats-subpoena-steam-users-jim-sterling


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