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Following several days of rumors, Ubisoft has officially confirmed that it will no longer use the controversial digital-rights software from Starforce. "Ubisoft has decided to use an alternative copy protection system to Starforce for upcoming...
After the Sony rootkit fiasco, you'd think that companieswould have learned their lesson involving dangerous copy protection methods.Well according to some rather alarming news from cdfreaks.com, it appears thatStarforce is following in the footsteps of...
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