As you may recall, the Department of Justice coordinated a raid in early December, 2004, on three Pandora’s Cube stores in the Washington, DC, suburbs where the stores were selling — in plain view — Xbox videogame consoles that had been modified to use pirated software. Well the employees that were arrested as a result of the raid have apparently pled guilty in the ordeal, as reported on the Gamasutra web site:

“A group of retailers in Maryland have pleaded guilty to selling modified Xboxes, called “Super Xboxes” by the group, thereby violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The four retailers were owners and employees of Pandora’s Cube, a shop with two locations in Maryland and one in Virginia.”

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