Compared to other companies, Nintendo has always dealt with the theme of piracy in the most classic way: court, 1v1, lawyers only rather than relying on tougher security systems for their consoles and with Nintendo Switch the story hasn't changed.
A few months ago, Nintendo released several lawsuits against various individuals and retailers which, to facilitate the disclosure of piracy on the hybrid console, they offered soft-mod and hard-mod services paid. The first of these, and which saw the giant of Kyoto opposed with Tom Dilts Jr. e UberChips, ended with a landslide victory for Mario's mustache, which will be compensated with ben 2 Millions of dollars, to cover the damages.
Furthermore, Tom Dilts Jr. will no longer be able to operate with his UberChips group, whether it's his business as a reseller or the social profile of the project. Finally, the UberChips.com domain will be transferred to Nintendo itself.