Grand Theft Auto Cheater Admits Infringement, Will Pay

Law360 (April 5, 2019, 4:44 PM EDT) -- A man accused of creating programs to cheat at Grand Theft Auto has admitted that he infringed Take-Two Interactive Software Inc.'s copyrights for the video game and will hand over an undisclosed amount of money.

Take-Two and David Zipperer submitted their settlement to the court on April 1, and New York’s U.S. District Judge Louis L. Stanton — who has not been happy with how the parties have handled the litigation — signed off on it Thursday. While the deal's monetary figure will remain out of the public eye, the consent judgment laid out terms of an injunction against Zipperer and...

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