U.S. eyes S. Korea as a 'priority' pirate

Chaney, Lindsay
January 2004
Daily Variety;1/12/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 10, p13
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States is prioritizing its plan to curb online piracy in South Korea. Number of households in South Korea with Internet access; U.S. decision to put the country on a "Priority Watch List"; Factors which could lead to a U.S. sanction on South Korea.


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