Strike for Reporting Hacker - Activision Mistake!





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Published on Nov 14, 2012

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I played BO2 for 4 hours, my last game I found a hacker that was aimbotting. I recorded the gameplay and you can clearly see in the killcam him aimbotting. I put those parts in a video, commentated over it saying that I found a hacker, he is clearly hacking and he needs to be banned. Instead, as soon as the video got popularity and started being passed around, it was quickly taken down by Activision and I got a strike on my account. A strike on a innocent account for trying to help Black Ops 2 and reporting the hacker, just so they dont have "bad" image for having a hacker in the first 24 hours of the game release? That seems unfair.

So now the video is down, I have a strike on my account and the hacker continues to play because nobody gets to see the video of him hacking. That's what I get for trying the help?

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So Activision, Whats up?

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