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Bungie slaps YouTube takedown impersonator with $7.6M lawsuit

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Back in March, a wave of bizarre copyright strikes (opens in new tab) rocked the Destiny 2 community. Not only did it affect some of the game’s biggest content creators, but also videos on Bungie’s own YouTube channel.

It turned out none of them had actually come from the developer but a “bad actor (opens in new tab)” impersonating two employees from the CSC, Bungie’s IP protection agency of choice. Now, that person has allegedly been identified and Bungie’s suing them for a whopping $7.6 million. Ouch.

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