Joseph Henry reports:
Canadian hacker Gary Bowser should deal with a five-year or 60-month jail time for the crime that he committed, according to the US government.
The involved man first caught the attention of Nintendo in April 2021 when he was sued for making sales out of piracy-focused hacks. He received one copyright strike, which had reportedly caused $150,000 in damages.
Read more at Tech Times.
Related: U.S. sentencing memorandum seeking a sentence of “60 months, three years of supervised release, and apportioned restitution in the amount of $4.5 million.”