Microsoft sues a Comcast subscriber for pirating its software

Microsoft filed a copyright infringement lawsuit at a federal court in Washington against a Comcast account holder or holders who activated illegal copies of its software from a Comcast internet connection. The pirated copies include Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server and Office 10. The account that activated several pirated copies of Windows was identified by its in-house cyberforensics team that logs suspicious “activation patterns”. Read more

Pirate site operator faces $12.8M worth of damages before Hollywood

Hollywood demands an array of damages worth $12.8m to Dimitri Mader, the operator and founder of Wawa-Mania, a site popular for hosting illegal distribution of copyrighted films. Microsoft and a pair of music groups also order the Frenchman to pay $4.4m, TorrentFreak reports. Read more


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