Destiny cheaters fail in bid to countersue Bungie for hacking their computer

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The long-running legal battle between Bungie and Destiny cheat software maker AimJunkies appears to finally be near its conclusion – with victory now in sight for Bungie.


US District Court Judge Thomas Zilly has ruled against AimJunkies’ eyebrow-raising bid to countersue Bungie for allegedly accessing its computers – a retaliatory move which the cheating firm claimed amounted to the Destiny maker hacking it.


Now, a new ruling (first reported by Torrentfreak), has…

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