Nondisclosure agreements typically have reporters agree not to run stories before a certain date. Warner Brothers' NDA, however, apparently bans signitories from covering information already published elsewhere. Game blog Kotaku, doubtless chafing under such an NDA, suggests this is to 'lock in exclusives,' i.e. to prevent critical coverage of info published early in other media. Therefore, it will not cover Warner Brothers' games at all for three months.
Kotaku bows to, then headbutts, Warner Brothers' lawyers
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