With Beefed Up Budget And Hands-On Approach, AAP Gets Tough On Piracy

March 2001
Book Publishing Report;03/19/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the undercover investigation of the Association of American Publishers (AAP) on book piracy in Seoul, Korea. Overview of the alleged counterfeiting operations; Efforts of AAP to enforce copyright laws; Increase in copyright enforcement budget.


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