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China ‘not doing enough on software piracy’

The Wall Street Journal, October 24, 2011

Owen Fletcher

Lawsuits over the use of pirated software from companies like Microsoft and Adobe Systems are likely to ramp up in China in the next year, the head of the Business Software Alliance, an industry advocacy group, said Monday.

The remarks come as software makers continue to suffer large losses in China due to rampant piracy in the country, despite frequent campaigns by the Chinese government to stamp out intellectual property abuses... Read Full Story >>

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http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2011/10/24/software-group-more-piracy-more-lawsuits-coming-in-china/

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