In mid-July, Bungie filed a lawsuit against streamer Luca Leone, who threatened studio employees. The Canadian court probably helped to find out his identity, which a month before demanded that the TextNow provider disclose the data of an anonymous attacker/intruders.

The Canadian court’s ruling also lists threats received by Bungie employees. In short: the attackers sent messages to personal phone numbers with racist and homophobic insults, blackmailed them by knowing the addresses of employees, and hinted at the possibility of murder.


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