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Feature   March 1, 2007   by CARS Magazine

AllData gets tough on software pirates

AllData announced a new initiative when it comes to fighting software piracy in the automotive sector. To protect their customers and product integrity, AllData is aggressively pursuing civil and crim...


AllData announced a new initiative when it comes to fighting software piracy in the automotive sector. To protect their customers and product integrity, AllData is aggressively pursuing civil and criminal action against all software pirates.

“AllData has a zero tolerance policy on software piracy,” said Susan Slish, product security program manager with AllData LLC. “In addition to continually improving our software’s internal security, we investigate all leads regarding the unlicensed distribution of our products.” Susan added. “We want criminals to know that they will be caught and prosecuted.”

Recently, two individuals, Andy T. Tran and Vu P. Nguyen from Business Computer Solutions in Long Beach, California, were charged with copyright infringement.

They were sentenced to five years felony probation and restitution to be paid to AllData.


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