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  • Nintendo issues cease and desist for Switch modchip installation

    “All I'm doing is putting the solder on,” says installer, who doesn't sell the chips.

    "Through the mod service you are offering, you literally break open a customer's Nintendo Switch, and then solder the SX Core and SX Lite into the console," Stein writes. "By offering to the public an installation service for the modchips, you are offering a service that is primarily designed to circumvent Nintendo's measures and thus violating the DMCA."

    https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2020/...ation-service/

    https://www.logisticsct.com/product/...-chip-service/

    https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-conte...re-lawsuit.pdf
    The Hackmaster

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    It's their hardware and they can do what they please.

    Although I respect Nintendo for not bowing down to SJW's and their censorship agenda, they have shown time and again they will use force if they think they are losing $$$.
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    To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.

    -Voltaire

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