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anti-piracy

The actions taken by organizations and government to deter the illegal reproduction and distribution of copyrighted material. For more on the January 2012 protest and blackout by Wikipedia and others, see Internet piracy. See Net Act, SIIA and software piracy.
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The government had promised to set up a third antipiracy center in Bangka on Sumatra Island to complement two other bases -- one near Medan on the same island and the other on Batam Island.
3531, the Database Investment and Intellectual Property Antipiracy Act of 1996.
Cinea, a subsidiary of Dolby Laboratories, is a leading provider of antipiracy solutions for the motion picture and television industries.
Japan orders dispatch of P-3C aircraft for antipiracy mission
As national copyright officials tally the results of an antipiracy crackdown conducted late last year, experts say China will not stop illegal copying until it gives the masses an early education in law and ethics.
To report software piracy or to obtain more information about protecting computer systems against damage from counterfeit software, call the Business Software Alliance Antipiracy Hotline at 800-688-2721.
The Japanese government is planning to submit a bill to the Diet this summer to deploy Maritime Self-Defense Force tankers for the refueling of foreign vessels engaged in antipiracy operations in waters off Somalia, government sources said Wednesday.
Japan to order dispatch of P-3C aircraft for antipiracy mission Fri.
The two vessels will replace the MSDF destroyers Murasame and Yugiri, which are currently engaged in antipiracy operations, in mid-September.
Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso and South Korean President Lee Myung Bak are expected to reaffirm their close cooperation in dealing with North Korea and the need to enhance their ties on antipiracy as well as other various fields for a ''mature partnership,'' a Japanese Foreign Ministry official said Friday.
Keiji Akahoshi will talk with Navy commander-in-chief Wu Shengli and other senior officials over the security environment in East Asia, the antipiracy operations off Somalia in which both countries are involved and China's reported plans to build an aircraft carrier.
That's the antipiracy component that provides the messages and other on-screen prompts when the other half of WGA, dubbed Validations, detects an illegal copy of the operating system.