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    Nintendo Orders ROM Site Owner to Destroy Pirated Games

    Nintendo has taken a firm stance against piracy by ordering the owner of a website distributing ROM files to destroy all unauthorized copies of their games. The owner, Matthew Storman, was sued by Nintendo for copyright and trademark infringement and was required to pay $2.1 million in damages. Despite initially shutting down the site, Storman faced further legal action from Nintendo for failing to comply with the court’s orders. Nintendo successfully obtained a permanent injunction against Storman, prohibiting him from engaging in any activities involving unauthorized Nintendo games. Additionally, Storman must eliminate all remaining ROMs from his possession by a specified deadline to avoid penalties.

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