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tardigrades_dismissal_motion [2019/03/13 17:50]
Carlos Pedraza [No Substantial Similarity]
tardigrades_dismissal_motion [2019/03/13 17:50] (current)
Carlos Pedraza
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-  * The Tardigrade hug sequence pointed to as proof of infringement is a [[yout>​ikHgCwM84LY|13-second video]] posted on YouTube in July 2017, two months before Discovery’s premiere but long after the show had been developed and filmed.+  * The Tardigrade hug sequence pointed to as proof of infringement is a [[yout>​ikHgCwM84LY|13-second video]] ​<wrap hi>posted on YouTube in July 2017, two months before Discovery’s premiere but long after the show had been developed and filmed</​wrap>​.
   * “The only ‘similarities’ between the game and Discovery, says CBS, “is that both tardigrades are enlarged and can move through space. Space-faring tardigrades — including enlarged fictional tardigrades — are, of course, not original to Plaintiff.”   * “The only ‘similarities’ between the game and Discovery, says CBS, “is that both tardigrades are enlarged and can move through space. Space-faring tardigrades — including enlarged fictional tardigrades — are, of course, not original to Plaintiff.”
   * Other purported similarities are too generically described to qualify for copyright protection, according to the motion.   * Other purported similarities are too generically described to qualify for copyright protection, according to the motion.