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Submitted by fusible 652d ago | news

Take-Two wins another dispute over a Grand Theft Auto V beta domain, 3 more to go

Take-Two Interactive has won a dispute over the domain betagtav.com, a name that was registered back in 2011 shortly after Grand Theft Auto V’s official announcement. The game is set to be released in September 2013. Last year, the domain owner launched a website on betagtav.com that claimed to have beta keys to the game. Of course, the website was a fake. But it wasn’t the only site on the internet issuing fake beta keys. There were and are others. At the beginning of 2013, Take-Two filed five separate complaints with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) over ‘GTA V Beta’ domains. (Grand Theft Auto V, Take-Two, Xbox 360)

ab5olut10n  +   652d ago
good...good
maribethgovain   652d ago | Spam
jimmywolf  +   652d ago
got love the how article talking about web scamming so a bot post one in the comments

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