This article looks at a dispute between the soon-to-be-reforming band No Doubt and the video game maker Activision involving the use of No Doubt's likenesses in one of Activision's game. The article details No Doubt's claims that Activision dramatically overstepped the bounds of an agreement for use of the band's image and points to what this could mean for the use of celebrities' images pursuant to contracts.
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No Doubt Lawsuit with Activision Right of Publicity