Impersonating a publisher to copyright game channels, male YouTuber faces a penalty of nearly 200 billion VND
Impersonating a game publisher to copyright, penalize YouTube channels where the content of this game appears – an action that no one would have ever imagined happened unexpectedly for the game Destiny 2. And the main character. in this story is YouTuber Nicholas Minor, better known by the nickname Lord Nazo – also a famous gamer of the game.
Destiny 2 – the game being mentioned in the story
Specifically, everything started when in a video posting, Nazo suddenly received a copyright “stick” from CSC Global – the brand protection agency for Bungie – the company behind the game. Destiny 2. The cause also comes from the guy’s carelessness, trot to stick part of the game’s soundtrack in his videos.
With the thoughts of ordinary people, most will consider this as a lesson and draw profound experiences for themselves. However, Nazo is a different case. Not knowing out of spite or for some other purpose, Nazo decided to fake CSC Global as well as NPH Bungie to find and copyright other YouTubers who also create content about Destiny 2.
Instead of learning from experience, Nazo went to find and beat the copyright of his colleagues
Then during that time, Nazo copyrighted 96 videos of YouTubers who also made other Destiny content and caused serious damage. More importantly, NPH Bungie was almost unaware of this action, until they received countless criticisms, letters of protest and strong reactions from the online community about the action. This is not made by me. And in those discussion groups, Nazo continued to participate very actively, considering himself a victim.
Because of this incident, Destiny 2 NPH received a lot of criticism
After thoroughly investigating the truth of the incident, Bungie was determined to sue the weird YouTuber, and the total compensation amounted to 150,000 USD for each video. And with 96 videos affected by Nazo, the total fine will reach 7.65 million USD (approximately 200 billion VND), not including the cost of hiring a lawyer. In the lawsuit, Bungie made allegations that Nazo had impersonated to divide the community, gamers and even streamers and fans of Destiny 2. In addition, the YouTuber was also accused of using fake emails. impersonating to threaten and harass CSC Global again.
It seems that with this strong move from the NPH side of Destiny 2, the YouTuber guy must now be very regretful with his actions.
(According to Young Intellectuals)
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