Microsoft has subpoenaed Sony to see records of PlayStation exclusivity deals.

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" The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is currently suing Microsoft in a bid to block the mammoth deal, prompting Microsoft to subpoena Sony. .

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Sony may be pushed to reveal confidential details to continue with the hearings.

Sony is claiming that Microsoft's attempts to subpoena PlayStation officials in relation to the FTC's lawsuit against its Activision Blizzard merger is "obvious harassment. Microsoft’s Activision Blizzard acquisition was approved on May 22. .

The Microsoft Activision deal has taken yet another bizarre turn as the Xbox maker subpoenaed Sony to help fight its FTC.

Jan 24, 2023 · Microsoft has served Sony Interactive Entertainment with a subpoena as it prepares to face a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit. Sony. .

The battle over control of Call of Duty heats up as. Jan 23, 2023 · Microsoft has served a subpoena to Sony Interactive Entertainment as it works to build its defense against the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lawsuit, a ccording to a court filing reported by.

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The Redmond-based corporation wanted access to certain Sony documentation ahead of the upcoming federal trial over its Activision Blizzard acquisition. .

On February 7, Xbox parent Microsoft sent the US court a document in which it criticized Sony and PlayStation for being uncooperative with some of its. Feb 8, 2023 · February 8, 2023 02:46:08 pm.

A new filing in the case reveals the.
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Microsoft is locked in discussions with SIE to ensure that Activision Blizzard can join the Xbox family as promised.

SIE’s response could highly alter the.

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. Mar 2, 2023 · An Administrative Law Judge from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has upheld parts of Microsoft’s subpoena of Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE). Bing integration in ChatGPT has.

. . . The details could emerge in court hearings, providing a rare insight into game exclusivity deals. . The explosive claims were made in legal filings to a Brazilian regulator.

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As Microsoft’s lawsuit with the FTC over its $69bn Activision Blizzard acquisition rumbles on, the company has hit rival Sony with a subpoena. .

Michael Chappell issued an order on motion of Sony to limit Microsoft’s subpoena filed earlier this year.

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