“Bungie, Inc. (“Bungie”) has asserted a right that states that this product is contrary to the game license agreement. In addition, it has been requested that we stop selling this product and stop selling this product,” reads the cheat shop page. It`s been a while since I`ve been on Destiny, so I decided to mount it and I`m welcomed with the LSLA. I have to accept it to continue and I had never seen it before, so I decided to open it and watch it. The agreement states: “You agree not to do or authorize: (1) commercially exploit this program or any part thereof; (2) USE THIS PROGRAM ON MORE THAN ONE COMPUTER/CONSOLE AT THE SAME TIME… Instead, Bungie appears to have gone straight to the source to tackle the Destiny 2 fraud issue. The PerfectAim page for its Destiny 2-Cheats now says that Bungie claims that its cheats are contrary to the Destiny 2 license agreement, a complaint that is sent with this omission request. 10.4 The law and dispute settlement (i) this ITA is subject to the laws of Russia, without the application of conflict-of-laws rules; and (ii) they expressly acknowledge the jurisdiction of the arbitration and jurisdictional courts having general jurisdiction in Russia (as appropriate) to settle all claims or disputes with UBISOFT arising out of or with respect to this AESE. f. disseminate and/or transfer material or content that, on the basis of UBISOFT`s sole and exclusive belief, may be considered offensive, including, but not limited to, threatening, malicious, unlawful, abusive, defamatory, derogatory, obscene, vulgar, sexual, racial or ethnic or otherwise objectionable language; While using the product, it may monitor your device`s memory (RAM) for the presence of unauthorized third-party programs that interact with the product and are prohibited under Section 1. .