วันศุกร์ที่ 7 ตุลาคม พ.ศ. 2554
Baby Pirates Forever



Almost two years after the French courts ruled in favor of the Nintendo DS flash cartridge vendors, it appears that prosecutors have won their appeal. The Court of Appeal of Paris ruled against Divineo and five other companies responsible for selling the R4-like devices that allow users to execute code unofficial (pirated games included) on the Nintendo DS.


In his statement (PDF), Nintendo has revealed that companies were accused by? 460,000 in criminal fines, and more than $ 4.8 million in damages ? Nintendo. The company offered no details, even if the sentence contains some sentences and suspended sentence. Nintendo expects applauded the news, saying that the decision "represents a strong message to French companies dealing with these devices, these activities are illegal and will not be tolerated." The company also took a moment to thank the enforcement agencies of the law that took part in raids to confiscate the equipment in question (that Nintendo got quite adept over the years). Joystiq

Victory
is presented as part ever vigilant campaign against piracy of Nintendo, which has seen demand everywhere from Australia to New York with a few similar cases lead to a ban in the country. Nintendo has also left for eBay and Amazon in the sale of cards flash, and even sought help from their own customers.

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