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Board game marketer Hasbro has dropped its copyright infringement suit against Jayant and Rajant Agarwalla, the makers of the online version…

imageBoard game marketer Hasbro has dropped its copyright infringement suit against Jayant and Rajant Agarwalla, the makers of the online version of Scrabble known as Scrabulous, AP reported. The Scrabulous app was taken down from Facebook this summer after Hasbro sued the brothers, who live in Calcutta. While Hasbro holds the domestic rights, Mattel, the holder of Scrabble’s international rights, filed suit against the brothers in India in last February. Neither Hasbro nor the Agarwallas offered any explanation for why the suit being rescinded. Also, there was no word on when or if Scrabulous will return to Facebook.

  1. Well I for example cant even imagine what I will do in such situation, but I guess it is great that they dropped charges.

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  2. I think it's probably past the number of years that they have exclusive rights to it.

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