Now we know some of you no-gooders like to flaunt that you got a leaked copy of Halo: Reach before its September 14 release but there are some ways of going about it that you shouldn't do. Like, say, playing the game online.
That's exactly what one pirate did and now Microsoft has served them a swift hit with the banhammer and a stern e-mail. Microsoft is going after anyone who is silly enough to play Reach online by removing their Xbox LIVE privileges and banning the console from going online.
Of course, it's also pretty pointless to actually go online seeing as there will be nobody to play with. So do what everyone else does and go buy the game because all that money is what made Halo: Reach exist in the first place.