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AimJunkies Maintain That Cheating is Legal, Appeals Bungie’s $4.3 Million Arbitration Award * TorrentFreak

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The legal battle between game developer Bungie and cheat seller AimJunkies is taking a detour through the Court of Appeals. In its opening brief, AimJunkies hopes to reverse a multi-million dollar damages award for DMCA violations, arguing that the arbitration process was biased and against the rules.

aimjunkiesaimjunkiesTwo years ago, Bungie filed a complaint at a federal court in Seattle, accusing of copyright and trademark infringement, among other things.

The same accusations were also made against Phoenix Digital Group, the operating company behind the website, and third-party developer James May.

AimJunkies denied the claims and argued that cheating isn’t against the law. In addition, it refuted the copyright infringement allegations; these lacked substance because some of the referenced copyrights were registered well after the cheats were first made available, AimJunkies said.

AimJunkies Strikes First

Last year, U.S. District Court…

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