• Bungie sues 'Destiny 2' YouTuber who issued almost 100 fake DMCA claims

    5 days ago - By Engadget

    In December of last year, a YouTuber by the name of Lord Nazo received copyright takedown notices from CSC Global - the brand protection vendor contracted by game creator Bungie - for uploading tracks from their game Destiny 2's original soundtrack. While some content creators might remove the offending material or appeal the copyright notice, Nazo, whose real name is Nicholas Minor, allegedly made the ill-fated decision to impersonate CSC Global and issue dozens of fake DMCA notices to his fellow creators. As first spotted by The Game Post , Bungie is now suing him for a whopping $7.6...
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