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If Capcom has not suffered enough from the data breach last November, it is now facing a $12 million lawsuit.
Designer Judy A. Juracek filed a lawsuit in a Connecticut court on Friday, accusing Capcom of using copyrighted photos in her 1996 book surface Without her permission.
Her work contains a collection of more than 1,200 texture photos for visual research. It also comes with a CD-ROM containing all the images that commercial companies must obtain permission to use.
At this point, you should be able to see the situation here. Juracek claimed that Capcom did not take this important step. Apparently, more than 200 of her images have been reused in various video games.The lawsuit shows more than 80 of them-covering series such as resident Evil with Devil May Cry.
One of the many examples highlighted is Resident Evil 4. come and see(Pass VGC):
In addition, some people claim that one of the images found in the Capcom data breach has the same file name as the image on the Surfaces CD.
Juracek’s legal representative seeks damages of US$12 million for copyright infringement and US$2500 to US$25,000 for each photo. The lawsuit also cited an allegation filed by a film producer in April that accused Capcom of plagiarizing monster designs. Resident Evil Village.
You can read more about the Capcom data breach in our previous post and see the full case Writing board.
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