'Grand Theft Auto' Cheater Barred From Selling Cheats

Law360 (August 16, 2018, 10:48 PM EDT) -- A New York federal judge issued an order Thursday stopping an unemployed Georgia man from selling cheat programs used in Grand Theft Auto video games, finding that the company behind the series of games had shown it has a good chance at proving the programs violated the company's copyright.

Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. sued David Zipperer in March for selling GTA players a cheat program called Menyoo that allowed them to gain in-game benefits and “grief” the game play of other players by altering their play without permission. The company’s complaint alleged that Zipperer was also involved with a similar program...

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