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    When free-to-play Fortnite launched, Epic Games promised to crack down on cheaters but it seems like they might be taking it a little too far.
    The company has launched an aggressive legal campaign against certain individuals in which they're asking for up to $150,000 in damages. However, instead of inquiring about the cheaters, particularly their ages, Epic Games listed all of the defendants publicly. Considering that many gamers are minors, Epic's approach runs the risk of breaking local laws.

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    11-28-2017 02:10 PM

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