Judge goes to first time authors illegal app store condemn




A U.S. judge this summer for the first time owners condemn an ​​app store where users could download. Paid apps for free The two suspects have confessed guilt. The total damage for developers converted half a million.

It is the first time that owners of a shop with illicit Android Apps conviction can see, meet claims the U.S. Department of Justice. It is still unknown what will be the punishment imposed for two: a judge determines that in June and July. Because they have known, debt is justice assumes that the court indeed they condemn.

The suspects were between 2010 and 2012 a service called AppBucket where users could download for free. Paid apps without permission of the developers Developers were thus converted according to justice half a million euros in lost revenues.

The U.S. Department of Justice is also pursuing a case against the operators of SnappzMarket.com, claims The Verge. About that says the U.S. justice nothing. In the Netherlands, as far as known never operators of illegal app stores condemned. Appbucket.net and Snappzmarket.com since 2012 offline


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