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 Jun 10, 2004 - 04:51 PM - by Michael
* Half-Life 2 Arrests

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Word has reached us that Arrests have been made with regard to the last-year theft of the Half-Life 2 source code. Just how many, and in what connection, are uncertain.

The FBI's Northwest Cyber Crime Task Force, the law-enforcement agency overseeing the code theft investigation, also divulged little information. When asked by GameSpot if it had made any arrests, the media contact at the task force's Seattle, Washington, headquarters said simply, "We did." However, when pressed for more information on the case--such as how many people in the US were arrested, where were they apprehended--the agent declined to say anything other than that arrests had been made. "Beyond that we cannot comment," he said.
 

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