Pirate attack

June 1998
Cabinet Maker;06/19/98, Issue 5093, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the teamup of ACID, the trade association for designers, and the British Department of Trade's Business Link to launch a concerted attack on copyright infringement. Launch date for the initiative; Aim of the initiative; Organizations endorsing the initiative.


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