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Destiny 2 player sued for $7.6 million over fraudulent DMCA takedown spree

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Destiny 2 developer Bungie is suing the player allegedly behind the recent fraudulent DMCA takedown spree on YouTube for over $7,650,000.

Earlier this year, content creators and Bungie itself were hit with copyright strikes over music related to Destiny 2 and the original game on YouTube.

The developer swiftly stated that those actions were not taken at the request of Bungie or its partners, with a lawsuit against ten John Does soon following.

Now, though, Bungie has filed an amended complaint a content creator called Lord Nazo – named as Nicholas Minor in the lawsuit (thanks, GamePost (opens in new tab)).

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