发信人: OhMyGod (Man in the Mirror), 信区: TVGame
标 题: Nintendo nabs pirates (zt)
发信站: The unknown SPACE (Fri Feb 14 16:36:47 2003), 站内信件
More than 300,000 units of pirated material are seized in China.
Nintendo of America has announced that three successful antipiracy raids have
recently been conducted by the proper authorities in China. The three raids
netted more than 300,000 pieces of pirated software, as well components used
to make unofficial devices. The company claims that more than $649 million in
sales are lost every year due to piracy activities around the world.
"Nintendo has never been more aggressive in protecting our unique global brand
and our key intellectual properties, and China can expect the largest share of our attention again in 2003," said Jodi Daugherty, director of antipiracy,
Nintendo of America."
To date, Nintendo's antipiracy campaign has focused mainly on online retailer
Lik Sang, which reportedly sold devices that enabled users to make multiple
copies of Nintendo's Game Boy Advance software. Other raids have been
successfully carried out in Mexico and Paraguay.
By Giancarlo Varanini, GameSpot [POSTED: 02/11/03 - 04:20 pm pst]
It seems there's no free lunch!
And it's time to stop, arh~~~
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