Wed, Dec 13 2006 14:14
Symantec files piracy lawsuit
Symantec has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit that alleges
eight businesses and seven individuals reaped an estimated $15 million
in profits from pirated copies of its most popular security software.
The lawsuit, filed in a U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, comes after
an investigation of more than two years, the company said. The lawsuit
names ANYI, SILI, GT Micro, ASP Solutions, Mark Ma, Mike Lee, John
Zhang and other affiliates as defendants.
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