Copyright holders discuss Chinese piracy

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The Business Software Alliance (BSA) and other copyright groups recently met with U.S. lawmakers to discuss the economic impact Chinese piracy has on the U.S economy.

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China is the ultimate competitor now. They steal every technology they can get their hands on, learn how to reproduce it and sell it as their own. They (the chinese people and government) really do not care, they just want to make money.

I remember Japan doing the same in the early days of chip manufacturing.


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[QUOTE=Mr. Belvedere;2526766]China is the ultimate competitor now. They steal every technology they can get their hands on, learn how to reproduce it and sell it as their own. They (the chinese people and government) really do not care, they just want to make money.

I remember Japan doing the same in the early days of chip manufacturing.[/QUOTE]The above is about pirated software;)

For hardware, they don’t need to steal anything since they get anything they need delivered on a silver table by the companies who think it is a good idea to outsource the production of goods to chinese plants.

Michael


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[QUOTE=mciahel;2526794]The above is about pirated software;)[/QUOTE] I understood that. Software is not limited to Windows XP, but also internal operating systems and recoding schematics, like MP3 and MP4 players.