Women fined R228 601 for sharing mediocre game

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Evil Pirate A women in the UK has been found guilty of pirating a game (Dream Pinball 3D) over a P2P network and has been fined R228 601.

What makes this even worse is that the game has received reviews ranging from 3.8/10 to 7.9/10…

However that is no excuse for piracy and especially when there is a demo stage of the game available.

Hopefully this is the first in a long line of convictions that will send the right message to the people out there. Gaming is not a right and if you don’t feel the game is worth the selling price then don’t buy it. It’s really that simple and there is no excuse for being a filthy pirate.

Though even I have to admit that the fine is a little heavy, you can be she is going to think twice before doing that again.

Last Updated: August 19, 2008

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