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Users were asked to remove music from a computer game on their own



The fact is that previously O’Donnell worked with the game developer Bungie. In 2014, he was fired due to a conflict with Activision. In 2015, a trial took place, during which the composer received the required monetary reward for his work, but he was banned from distributing music from Destiny.

Now, six years later, O’Donnell was found guilty of non-compliance with court orders. The composer must now return the proceeds from the sale of the music to Bungie, compensate the company, and ask those who downloaded the tracks to remove the copies.

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