Student Facing 10 years of imprisonment for modifying video game consoles

Posted By | On 20th, Sep. 2009

A South California student has been arrested on the grounds that he modified video games consoles so that he can play pirated games on them. 27-year-old Matthew Crippen was released Monday night after posting $5,000 bond to the authorities. If hes found guilty he will be facing upto 10 years in  prison for violating Digital Millennium Copyright Act.


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