Xbox chipper jailed

By Derek Sooman on
A man has been sentenced to five months in prison and given a fine of almost $250,000 for the sale of pirated games and illegally modified Xboxes. Biren Amin, who owns US games store Pandora's Cube, modified Microsoft Xbox video game consoles to defeat their copyright protection system. He has been ordered to complete 80 hours of community service as part of his sentence.

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