IDSA File Lawsuit to Stop Piracy
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August 16, 1999 – The Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA) announced they joined in a six-company lawsuit brought by Acclaim Entertainment against the Class, Paradigm and Razore 1911“>Razor 1911 hacking groups. Other companies included Accolade/Infogrames Entertainment, Bethesda Softworks, Interplay Productions, Lucas Arts Entertainment Company, and The 3DO Company. Of course this was an attempt to curtail the software piracy issue.
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