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CRACK99: The Takedown of a $100 Million Chinese Software Pirate
A series of international law enforcement investigations into software pirate gangs culminated simultaneously late last year with the execution of dozens of search warrants around the world, according to the U.
Indeed, SIIA's principal means of attacking the software pirate is to increase the actual and perceived censure associated with the act, through intellectual property rights legislation, adequate enforcement of those laws, and education of the public about the nature of intellectual property rights.
A young software pirate offers this rationalization: "To be honest, [Americans] have been getting away with ripping off the Chinese for ages.
Within weeks, Brazil's first cyberspace police chief had jailed a software pirate and nabbed a hacker who had published confidential information about a local company on the Internet.
Whether you're a software pirate, or a corporate with poorly administered software licenses, your chances of getting caught out have now gone up several fold, and, with the work going on right now behind the scenes, probably in the time it has taken you to read this article.
SPA anti-piracy, a division of the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the leading trade association for the code and content industry, today congratulated Judge Michael Hogan of Oregon for sentencing Internet software pirate, Jeffrey Levy.
Microsoft and the BSA's general sentiment was that just pushing the prosecution of software pirates would fail to win hearts and minds.
abandonware: Any software, generally still protected by copyright, that's no longer sold or supported by the maker but is popular enough to be illegally "shared" by software pirates.
Demonoid was attractive to online software pirates because mainstream BitTorrent sites like The Pirate Bay don't have any parameters at all, according to (http://lifehacker.
The study also showed that software pirates in the UAE are mostly in the age group of 25 to 34 years.
The most frequent software pirates are disproportionately young and male -- and they are more than twice as likely to live in an emerging economy as they are to live in a mature one (38 percent to 15 percent).

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