CDPR minimizes damage, fights the spread of stolen data

It can be said that the CD Projekt Red had no choice after its attack and data leakage, which could be described as correct. The studio decided not to deal with hackers and preferred to prepare for the fact that the stolen data will really be partly released on the web and partly sold.

However, trying to control data that has once penetrated the Internet is undoubtedly a Sisyphean job, but the CDPR is still trying to do so, even using a weapon called the DMCA Takedown.

DMCA Takedown is the removal of content from the web under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, and it has now been shown that CDPR (or the parent company of CD Projekt, it doesn’t matter) has paid for the services of a company that monitors social media. and ensures that links to stolen data are removed.

Specifically, these are tweets that contain links to torrent files, thanks to which we can download source codes and other data. And we know that the attackers have released data on the web to the game Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, which is currently spreading through torrents. However, all this seems like a futile attempt to save something that can no longer be saved, after all, deleting links to torrents from social networks cannot solve anything, and once the Internet (as well as hell) approves, it will not return it.

In addition, the CD Projekt Red studio itself should also deliver the promised second major update for Cyberpunk 2077 later this month, which is primarily intended to ensure that the game runs better on consoles. However, the current version is already running quite well on the old PS4, although Sony obviously doesn’t think so, as the Cyberpunk 2077 has still not returned to its business. Of course, we can get a boxed version.

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