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Submitted by fusible 876d ago | news

Take-Two continues legal fight over Grand Theft Auto V beta domain names

Take-Two Interactive has been plagued with scammers who register domain names, and then set up websites that falsely claim to offer beta codes to Grand Theft Auto V, which will release on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC later this year. The legal team at Take-Two has been busy the past few months, filing several complaints with the Word Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) over names like betagtav.com and gta5betacode.com. In the last few days, five more cases involving GTA V have popped up on the website over at WIPO bringing the total case count to 12. (Grand Theft Auto V, Xbox 360)

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