This excerpt taken from the ATVI 10-K filed Jun 14, 2007.
16.3 Force Majeure. Neither the SCE Company nor Publisher shall be liable for any loss or damage or be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement if its failure to perform or failure to cure any of its obligations under this Agreement results from any event or circumstance beyond its reasonable control, including any natural disaster, fire, flood, earthquake or other Act of God; shortage of equipment, materials, supplies or transportation facilities; strike or other industrial dispute; war or rebellion; shutdown or delay in power, telephone or other essential service due to the
failure of computer or communications equipment or otherwise; provided, however, that the party interfered with gives the other party written notice thereof promptly, and, in any event, within fifteen (15) business days of discovery of any such Force Majeure condition. If notice of the existence of any Force Majeure condition is provided within such period, the time for performance or cure shall be extended for a period equal to the duration of the Force Majeure event or circumstance described in such notice, except that any such cause shall not excuse the payment of any sums owed to the SCE Company prior to, during or after the occurrence of any such Force Majeure condition. In the event that the Force Majeure condition continues for more than 60 days, the SCE Company may terminate this Agreement for cause by providing written notice to Publisher to such effect.
This excerpt taken from the ATVI 10-K filed Jun 9, 2006.
16. Force Majeure
Neither SCEE nor Publisher shall be liable for any loss or damage or be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement if its failure to perform, or failure to cure any breach of, its obligations under this Agreement results from any events or circumstances beyond its reasonable control, including without limitation any natural disaster, fire, flood, earthquake or other act of God, inevitable accidents, lockout, strike or other labour dispute, riot or civil commotion, act of public enemy, enactment, rule, order or act of any government or governmental authority, failure of technical facilities, or failure or delay of transportation facilities.