Activision is seeking the real names and identities of the makers of cheat software being sold to Call of Duty players. In a Thursday filing with the United States District Court Central District of California, Activision has asked for leave to serve fifteen subpoenas necessary for Activision to learn the identities of unnamed or alias Doe Defendants in this action and to ensure that all necessary parties have been named in this lawsuit. The filing was spotted earlier by Axios. Activision is...

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