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TorrentFreak reports Blizzard Entertainment has won a copyright infringement case against German company Bossland over selling game cheats (thanks BBC News). The judgment awards Blizzard over $8.5 million in damages, though it's not clear if the defendant has the cash to pay that. The cheat maker is also now prohibited from marketing or selling products in the United States. Bossland did not defend itself, but has previously said it would continue the legal battle after the issue of a default judgment, as noted in this excerpt:
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