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Gamers in Myanmar get blocked.
Despite ORG's best efforts.
Breaks older games in the process.
Can block 'unauthorised' software and hardware.
Ten year prison sentences for P2P.
Free keys replace dodgy copies.
Free upgrade, but not a free licence.
'Bye bye, Skype,' says Dotcom.
'Impossible to shut down,' claims creator.
'You pirated the game,' says Ubisoft.
Pirated copies of the Sims 4 include special glitch that censors the screen.
Legislation threatened, copyright group told.
SAIC serious about getting answers.
Looking to Linux for agency systems.
Buy with confidence, company says.
Piracy not being blamed, surprisingly.
Looks to protect consumers from infringement.
Sony has published a patent that details a method of benchmarking software to check if it's pirated. Possibly for use with the PS4.
Game creation suite Game Maker Studio has ruined game resources in several legitimate users' projects after an anti-piracy measure went awry.
Hotline Miami creator Jonatan Soderstrom has offered advice to pirates of his new game to ensure they play the game as it was meant to be played.
Ubisoft has abandoned its DRM measures, allowing gamers to enjoy PC games without a persistent internet connection.
Ubisoft's chief executive Yves Guillemot claims a similar number of players pay for F2P titles as they do regular boxed titles.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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