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Thursday, July 06, 2000
Sega reacts to DC backups and arrests 2 Utopia members


"...According to some very reliable anonymous sources, it appears that Sega has indeed located the group that released the pirate Dreamcast code and discs onto the 'net. From what we have heard, two individuals in Germany are to blame for the piracy, and German Police are already set to arrest them. Apparently, the whole rash of piracy began, when a certain US based peripheral manufacturer leaked a development kit. No company has been named, and it is yet to be 100% confirmed, our source went on to say. It appears that Sega is most definitely serious about thwarting this problem before it gets out of hand



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