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Bungie Sues Impersonator For $7.6 Million Over Fake Destiny 2 DMCAs

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YouTuber Lord Nazo (real name Nicholas Minor) has been accused of creating fake Bungie-affiliated email addresses to send DMCA notices to other YouTubers following a takedown on their Destiny 2 videos.

In the wake of these allegations, Bungie has filed a lawsuit for $7.6 million. As reported by PCGamesN, Minor received a takedown notice from Bungie's brand protector CSC Global in December 2021 after sharing the Destiny 2 Taken King soundtrack to their channel.

Minor ignored this notice and kept the videos up, so YouTube removed them in January. Minor then created a new email that mimicked CSC Global employees.

RELATED: Destiny 2 Needs The Tribute Hall Now More Than Ever This happened again in February after Minor shared The Witch Queen expansion soundtrack, prompting another takedown notice and another fake CSC email address.

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