I think that if this really happened we would only buy an "used" digital key clean from everything from the previous owner. After all when we buy a game we are also only buying a digital key and that key is what allow us to download the game. Also the argument about royalties are a non issue because when we buy a physical good and we sell it the companies that made the product also doens´t get anything from it. That´s what happened before Steam and companies didn´t die from it... Personally i have little interest in selling used games because i buy 80% of my games on sale so they are worth very little used. But i like that courts are trying to put limits on what companies can do because they wnat to abuse in every way possible. For example, speaking fo gaming and digital games i really hate the BS that we don´t own a game only a licence of it, licence chained to a no end of clauses that almost make me feel that i´m only renting the game i purchased... I also hate the fact that we are "forced" to use a digital store front to play the games we have bought. So it´s goof that someone is standing up to this kind of stuff.