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Gaming Companies Want Cloudflare to Unmask Pirate Site Operator * TorrentFreak


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The Entertainment Software Association, which represents gaming giants including EA, Nintendo, Take-Two Interactive and Ubisoft, has set its eye on a Brazilian pirate site. The organization obtained a DMCA subpoena that requires Cloudflare to share names, addresses, and payment information related to the operator of tpd-games.org.

esa logoThe Entertainment Software Association (ESA) protects the rights of several of the largest game companies in the world.

With promiment members, including EA, Disney Interactive, Epic Games, Nintendo, Take-Two, Ubisoft, and others, it is a force to be reckoned with.

In addition to sending millions of takedown requests on behalf of its members, ESA also attempts to target pirate sites directly. In some cases, that requires outside support.

Last fall, the association reported an overview of several key threats to the US Trade Representative. Among others, ESA flagged nsw2u.com, Game3rb.com, 1fichier.com, megaup.net,…

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