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Currently sZone-Online holds all the trademarks, software licenses and other documents proving that our project is authentic and belongs to us. Stalker Online is a pirate project whose owners do not even have any documented rights to the name “Stalker”. As we were first introduced to Steam, Stalker-Online put out a claim to dispute our authenticity, which is why we were off Steam for a few days. However, as our opponents failed to present any proof of their rights to the game, and sZone presented all the necessary documents, Steam got our game back to their shop. We are grateful for their decision and consider it in itself sufficient proof that our project complies to the high standards of authenticity and legality posed by Steam.
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Have a good game and choose wisely!
Thanks for the detailed explanation, that definitely helps to clear things up. I didn't realize there was quite so much going on with the name issues, piracy, etc.