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Bei den Diskussionen um G2A melden die Entwickler des Indiespiels Factorio konkrete Schäden durch Verkäufe mit gestohlenen Kreditkartendaten. Dabei wird auch klar, mit welchen Tricks inzwischen über die Key-Reseller versucht wird, Geld zu verdienen. (G2A, Steam) ...

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