A federal judge has issued an injunction that prevents a Georgia man from selling multiplayer cheats for Grand Theft Auto. Take-Two Interactive brought the suit on grounds of copyright infringement and for now they have the upper hand. They also claimed that his cheats were disruptive to the gaming community and as a result they have lost $500K in game sales. No matter how it turns out Take-Two has brought an interesting lawsuit, but I don't expect it to slow down the cheat makers since it's such a lucrative market. Thanks brucethemoose. U.S. District Judge Louis Stanton in Manhattan said Take-Two was likely to show that Zipperer infringed its “Grand Theft Auto V” copyright, and that his programs would cause irreparable harm to its sales and reputation by discouraging users from buying its video games.