Destiny 2 Anti-Cheating Legal Battle Seems to Lean In Bungie’s Favour

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Bungie’s anti-cheating legal battle appears to be leaning in the Destiny 2 developer’s favour after the court ruled against cheats company AimJunkies’ retaliation suit.

As reported by TorrentFreak (and spotted by Eurogamer), U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Zilly sided with Bungie after AimJunkies accused the developer of hacking the computer of one cheat developer called James May.

“May has failed to sufficiently allege that Bungie accessed his personal computer and files without…

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