Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Man convicted for chipping Xbox

Man convicted for chipping Xbox
BBC News, publication date: 04 July 2005
"In this case, the man was tracked down by an investigator working for the UK games industry trade body, the Entertainment & Leisure Software Publishers Association, (Elspa).

The man, who has not yet been named, was selling modified Xbox consoles, fitted with a 200GB hard drive and 80 pre-installed games, via his website for £380."

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