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Bungie Files a $7.6m Lawsuit Against Destiny 2 Fake DMCA Takedown Sender

Bungie Files a $7.6m Lawsuit Against Destiny 2 Fake DMCA Takedown Sender

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https://wccftech.com/bungie-lawsuit-against-destiny-2-fake-dmca-takedown-sender/

Bungie has been in a bit of a damage control state as of late with their community because of a false DMCA Takedown sender. This person essentially sent false DMCA takedowns to a lot of Destiny 2 fans on YouTube which, as you'd expect, Bungie had nothing to do with. Now, it seems like Bungie has managed to successfully locate the sender of the takedowns and will give proper retribution to them.

This comes in the form of a $7.6 Million USD lawsuit filed against the individual known as Lord Nazo, or rather Nicholas Minor as he is known IRL. Minor is a disgruntled YouTube user who filed spurious claims against several Destiny 2 content creators. Why? Because his channel was hit by a series of takedowns from Bungie’s brand protection vendor, CSC Global, for uploading Destiny’s original soundtracks in December 2021.