Xbox Modders Arrested Under Copyright Laws

Xbox Modders Arrested Under Copyright Laws
Gaming & Play

Three professional Xbox modders have been arrested for selling modification services to Xbox 360 owners to modification to their game machine that allows them to save games (owned, rented or...

Guy Brighton
  • 20 december 2005

Three professional Xbox modders have been arrested for selling modification services to Xbox 360 owners to modification to their game machine that allows them to save games (owned, rented or borrowed) to an internal hard-drive. The EE Times reports that undercover agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement paid $265 to have a modification chip, a hard drive and 77 pirated
games installed in an Xbox.

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