U.S., China smash piracy ring

Groves, Don
August 2004
Daily Variety;8/2/2004, Vol. 284 Issue 20, p11
Trade Publication
Reports that the joint investigation by U.S. and Chinese authorities into video piracy has resulted in the smashing of a global piracy ring in China. Confiscation of counterfeit movie DVDs; Piracy of intellectual property; Arrest of six people.


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