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GTA V’s Take-Two Settles Lawsuit with Popular Cheat Maker

With a consent judgment issued by a New York federal court, Take-Two Interactive has settled its case with a prominent GTA V cheat maker. The Georgia man, one of the key people behind the ‘Menyoo’ and ‘Absolute’ cheats, allegedly earned more than $100,000 from the copyright-infringing activities. The company has filed several lawsuits in the […]

Aussie Music Industry in Court to Demand Stream-Ripping Site Blocks

Music labels Sony, Universal, and Warner, with assistance from Music Rights Australia and the Australasian Performing Right Association, have appeared Australia’s Federal Court demanding that local ISPs block four stream-ripping sites. “Stream-ripping” sites allow users to download or ‘rip’ content for offline use. Copyright holders tend to lose revenue as a result. This has led […]

US Court Orders 27 Pirate Site Operators to Pay $1 Million Each in Damages

A district court in Florida has ordered 27 pirate site operators to each pay $1 million in damages due to distributing of links to copyright-infringing streams of ABS-CBN (largest media and entertainment company in the Philippines). The default judgment was ordered in favor of media giant ABS-CBN, which has scored several victories in US courts […]

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