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Called "Hysterical," "Creepy," "Genius," "Rubbish" and More, Don't Copy That Floppy" Sequel Gets Over a Quarter of a Million YouTube Views in Just 2 Weeks WASHINGTON, Sept.
"Don't Copy That 2" Educates a New Generation of Would-Be Pirates WASHINGTON, Sept.
IRVINE, Calif., July 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Uniloc USA Inc., the leader in device-based authentication solutions for managing activation and security for software and games, today announced that Aristen recently implemented Plimus' Plimloc(TM), an e-commerce integrated version of the Uniloc SoftAnchor(TM) licensing and copy protection solution in its popular FxStudio special effects creation software for game developers. Highlights: A growing number of game development studios are turning to...
Device-Based Authentication Solution Simplifies Software Trials and License Enforcement for Leading Zero-day Malware Vendor IRVINE, Calif., June 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Uniloc USA Inc., the leader in device-based authentication solutions for managing activation and security for software and games, today announced that Blue Ridge Networks, a leading provider of enterprise and government endpoint and network security solutions, has implemented Uniloc's SoftAnchor(TM) technology as its software...
New study reveals extent of PC software piracy worldwide WASHINGTON, May 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governments and software companies are making progress in slowing the illegal use of personal computer (PC) software products, but progress has stalled in the United States, posing serious challenges to the high tech sector and cyber security.
WASHINGTON, March 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The 60th felony conviction from Operation Fastlink, a major Department of Justice initiative to combat online piracy worldwide, was announced today by Acting Assistant Attorney General of the Criminal Division Rita M. Glavin and Acting U.S.
Background Screening Agency Accreditation Program Will Rollout in Conjunction with Annual Conference in April 2009 MORRISVILLE, N.C., Dec.
The French Senate has approved a three strikes law for Internet users who download copyrighted entertainment without paying for it.
COPYING MUSIC to a computer is a trivial thing, which people have been doing for years. Movies, though, have been another matter. Once any kind of media - music, videos, photos - is stored on a hard drive, sharing it with others, including people who didn't buy it, is as simple as sending an e-mail.
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