2009年6月30日星期二

Man arrested for online gaming piracy in Hong Kong

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Man arrested for online gaming piracy in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Customs officers have shut down pirated copies of an online gaming operation, arresting a 34-year-old man and the seizure of seven Internet server and five computers valued at HK $ 77,000 (U.S. $ 9,935) in an apartment.

Officers raided the apartment on Monday (June 23) after receiving the reports from the copyright owner, the suspicion of game servers had been hacked, which for Internet users. It is the first case of violation of its kind

Upon receipt of the complaint, the officers a website that allows internet users to piracy program from an online game. Once it has downloaded, the user's computer is connected to the game server hacked For online registration and gameplay.

The site had been more than seven months and had 30,000 registered members. Their function is similar to that of the original. The only difference is the play of pirated version had to deposit money into a bank account to buy items for the virtual weapons. The points were a lot cheaper from this source than from the original game.

To evade detection, the parties, which they were to register the IP (Internet Protocol) address of the website in the U.S., while the IP address of the server for the storage and distribution in Hong Kong.

The man was arrested at HK $ 5,000 (U.S. $ 645) bail.

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