Mon. Oct 3rd, 2022

Bungie is being countersued by AimJunkies, a well-liked Destiny 2 cheat producer, as they declare that the Future 2 developer hacked them.

After several months of setbacks for Bungie, who sued on the grounds of copyright and trademark infringement, it seems that AimJunkies is seeking to combat again with a countersuit of their very own. Whereas Bungie is not any stranger to utilizing authorized means to do away with those that would promote cheat software program, it comes as a shock to see what grounds AimJunkies is basing their countersuit on.

AimJunkies claims that Bungie accessed the information of the defendant James Might, a developer of the cheat software program. Torrent Freak, who first found the countersuit, mentions that the information of James Might have been reportedly accessed “with out the direct information and categorical authorization of Mr. Might.”

The claims additionally go on to state {that a} Bungie worker bought the cheat software program for Bungie’s personal use, breaking AimJunkies’ phrases of service. Whereas AimJunkies is in search of an unspecified quantity of damages of their countersuit, it’s uncertain how Bungie will resolve to behave subsequent or if these claims will maintain any water in court docket.

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