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US Customs crackdown on mod chips
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 03 August 2007 12:42

From the BBC: 

US Customs has carried out raids in 16 states to clamp down on the sale of modification or "mod" chips.

In the largest operation of its kind to date US Customs officials raided more than 30 homes, businesses and shops.

When a mod chip is installed on a game consoles it helps circumvent copy protection systems to let owners play pirated games.

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