[quotemsg=19343352,0,1069610]Take this quote from the actual court case into question:
You'll find plenty of great quotes inside, including ZeniMax’s lawyer asking Zuckerberg “If you steal my bike, and you paint it and put a bell on it, does that make it your bike?”[/quotemsg]That's a terrible analogy, and not one supported by the judgement.
[quotemsg=19343352,0,1069610]How would you feel if it was your bike? Before just assuming ZeniMax is the bad guys here because Occulus is trying to push out a new product and this case is hampering it, look at who the actual victim is.[/quotemsg]If that analogy had any basis in reality, then sure. However, conclusions should be reached based on facts - not who has the better analogy. And one relevant fact is whether the damage is really as claimed.
[quotemsg=19343352,0,1069610]Luckey did in fact violate the NDA that he agreed to with the company when he left and started the kickstarter; thus the $500 million decision by the Jury.[/quotemsg]Sure, he was guilty of that, but simply violating a NDA doesn't entitle the aggrieved party to any award they feel like claiming. In reality, this award was not justified by the actual damages suffered.