Digital Underground

Ellis, Eric; Stier, Ken
May 2000
Time International (South Pacific Edition);5/29/2000, Issue 21, p35
Discusses the pirating of digital material in Malaysia. Efforts of the secretary-general of the Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry Pahamin Rahab to combat the illegal activity; Proliferation of pirated material to other countries, including South Africa, Europe, and South America; Suspicion by authorities that the pirates contribute to a common fund to reward for tip-offs; Expectation that a law will be passed by Parliament to battle the activity.


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