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05/14/2010 Nintendo files suit against NY bookseller illegal copiers 'video games'


Nintendo doesn t 'to determine exactly what "illegally copying the game" We are talking, but she says the 2009 court In which the California Central District Court judge notorious R4 flash cart in breach Digital Millennium Copyright Act and considers them illegal in the United States. According to Nintendo, these devices "circumvention of technical protection measures" on DS and DSi and thereby violate the company 's intellectual property rights.

Jodi Daugherty, senior director of effort Nintendo 'anti-piracy, said that the use of Device "is illegal, and' s not true," adding "piracy is especially harmful to small developers . "Alex Neuse, Director General Gaijin Games ( Bit.Trip Runner ) Said in a press release that he estimated that "More than 70 percent of" of the company 's games were obtained illegally. "Simply stated," said the Neuse, "if you love the company 'games, paying for them, helping to ensure that they will continue to produce products you LL' like."

The news followed a recent victory for Nintendo in similar Australian court case In February this year. This case saw the offenders to pay more than $ 500000. In the same month, Nintendo won other case against the person who leaked New Super Mario Wii on the Internet, which ends in a fine of $ 1.5 million . Again, potential pirates, Nintendo is serious it.

JoystiqNintendo files suit against NY bookseller illegal copiers 'video games' originally appeared on Joystiq Thurs, May 13, 2010 17:32:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds .

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