KENYANS will have to dig deeper into their pockets to purchase legitimate entertainment materials as the usual cheaper pirated alternatives will be wiped out soon, the Kenya Copyright Board has said.Read More
Three Thai processed-food exporters are facing prosecution in the US for using pirated software in their production processes.
Kullanee Issadisai, acting Intellectual Property Department director general, told Spring News Arkansas attorney general had told the department the three Thai manufacturers of cannedRead More
NEW YORK (Reuters) – A U.S. judge ordered a unit of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc on Friday to stop using a key piece of software used for its trade finance business after finding the bank liable for copyrightRead More
A police operation found more than 20,000 CDs containing illegal software being distributed in Compu Plaza, central Lima.Read More
In what is seen as a major breakthrough in the battle against software piracy, the Indian criminal court has, for the first time, jailed an end user of cracked commercial software, without bail, pending investigation. If convicted, the defendant, Managing Director of VM Informatics (VMI) in New Delhi, faces up to three years in prison. The case marks a unique milestone in the fight against software counterfeiting and illegal use.
Following a raid by anti-piracy investigators and police on the offices of VMI in July 2011, ITCA client Tekla Corporation made a criminal complaint against the company alleging wide-scale software licensing fraud.