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The US Navy has been accused of pirating 558,000 copies of VR software
Uh oh.
By Josh Hrala

A German software company has just filed a lawsuit against the US Navy claiming that the military branch pirated more than 558,000 copies of VR software.

If proven in court, the Navy might have to pay a whopping US$150,000 per copyright infringement, though the company is currently only seeking US$596 million in damages.

According to released court documents, the pending lawsuit was filed on 15 July by Bitmanagement Software – a German 3D VR company that makes a type of software that enables users to work together in a highly detailed virtual space.

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