Destiny 2 Bungie Earlier this spring, the Destiny 2 community was thrown into chaos as a wave of copyright infringement notices and DMCA takedowns went out to a wide variety of YouTubers, claiming to be from Bungie or an IP company working with them, CSC. As larger and larger YouTubers started to be hit for material that in no way seemed like it was infringing at all, Bungie came out and said this was not them, and they were looking for those responsible. This led to a lawsuit meant to unmask the person behind it all. (Forbes). Continue reading.
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