Last week we reported that the Abington IP law firm was conducting a class action investigation into Microsoft in relation to the recent massive Xbox Live banning. The law firm cried foul play because of the repercussions stemming from the banning including hardware failure and feature denial.
VentureBeat actually spoke with Xbox Live's Marc Whitten in an interview here, talking about the recently added features provided by the latest firmware update. But when he was asked about the recent banning, he called it a cat and mouse game. "These were people that were pirating software," he said. “We try to keep sanctity of life from a safety and anti-cheating perspective and we protect our partners."
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