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Man accused of selling pirated games at a shopping mall

Man accused of selling pirated games at a shopping mall

Piracy might be a lucrative business for the ones who have the stomach and the attitude for it. People will always go for that cheaper fix and piracy will always be apart of every community, music, movies and games. People share piracy through webpages, torrents and even out of the trunk of a car, but out of the back of a hobby store? In a shopping mall?? Thats just plain stupidity.

A canadian is accused of selling pirated games at a shopping mall. 31 year old male who had been on the U.S piracy investigations radar a long time, has been accused of selling copied games for $10 out of the back of a hobby store in Richmond, British Columbia.

IPSA International was the people who reported the man.

-source: The Gamers Paradise

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