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Submitted by DC RID3R 2998d ago | news

$9 mln Penalty in HDLoader Case

Distributors of the HDLoader software-used to store full games on a PS2 hard drive-were ordered to pay over $9 million in fees in violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA). (Industry, PS2)

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