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States of Norway and Germany v. Nintendo Co., Ltd.

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This lawsuit is relevant to 2018~2020 onward. It involves the states of Norway and Germany, who handle Nintendo eShop preorders, who have argued that Nintendo is acting against the law, by restricting the right to refund users who purchase content digitally from the Nintendo eShop.

Nintendo fought against it, asserting that the Nintendo eShop is "fully compliant with European laws relating to the statutory rights of consumers." Nintendo may have won the case, but the case has since been appealed.[1]


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