Updated 26 May, 2013, 11:10 am IST
FBI, Australian police raid man's residence for leaking Durango dev kit
| by Shunal Doke |
One of the biggest sources of leaks for Microsoft’s next-gen console goes by the alias SuperDaE on the Internet. But SuperDaE might not get to leak anything for a while, as according to Eurogamer, his house has been raided by the FBI and the Australian police for offering a Durango developer kit on eBay for sale in mid-2012.
Microsoft, PayPal and eBay have filed charges against SuperDaE, according to a copy of his warrant, which he supplied to The Tech Game. The fact that Microsoft has filed charges against him gives all the leaks and rumours revealed by SuperDaE more credibility. Dan "SuperDaE" Henry could reportedly be looking at a sentence of more than 20 years in prison.
DaE showing the Xbox 720 Devkit
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