You warez pirates are soooooooooo FINISHED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Default - Plenty of Pirates Get Busted in 2005 - Your Next!by UtahSaint 2/28/2005 ELSPA today celebrates the success of its ongoing clampdown on computer and video game piracy in the UK, with the release of its 2004 raid figures. ELSPA's dedicated anti-piracy unit has achieved consistently good results ever since it was founded in 1994, conducting on average 10 raids per week. In 2004, a total of 538 raids were carried out across the country, resulting in the removal of well over £4 million worth of copied games from the marketplace and the successful prosecution of 67 software counterfeiters. Roger Bennett, director general of ELSPA commented: 'We have seen an encouraging set of results from the past few years which reflect the outstanding efforts of our tireless anti-piracy team and its strong relationships with Trading Standards, Police and other industry trade bodies. While this is just the tip of the iceberg, we are committed to increasing the pressure on criminal activity that undermines the performance of not only our members, but of the industry as a whole.' John Hillier, manager of ELSPA's Anti-Piracy Unit said: 'We are stepping up our investigations into Internet piracy for 2005, building relationships with service providers and maintaining close observations on potentially illegal trading.
Whilst we are fully aware of the potential risks to the industry from this kind of piracy, as it currently stands the main threat on the streets today remains the more 'traditional' dealer in physical products.' ===================== Xbox pirates busted by feds U.S. Officials raid stores,arrest 2 in game piracy Wed Dec 8, 2004 02:12 PM ET By Ben Berkowitz LOS ANGELES, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Federal authorities raided three Washington, D.C.-area video game stores and arrested two people for modifying video game consoles to play pirated video games, a video game industry group said on Wednesday.
The Entertainment Software Association said the Dec. 1 raids at three Pandora's Cube stores in Maryland and Virginia were a joint effort of the U.S. Department of Justice's computer crimes unit, the U.S. Attorney's Office for Maryland and the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement ====================== Huge piracy ring raided Films can be accessed before their release on video Authorities in six countries have launched the largest anti-piracy operation ever to bring down a transatlantic ring believed to be the major providers of illegal software on the internet. There is currently nothing that the software industry has done in terms of copy protecting their programmes that has not been defeated by DrinkorDie Allan Doody US Customs official The raids - carried out in the United States, Australia, Canada, Norway, Finland and United Kingdom - targeted a group known as DrinkorDie, the most successful ring in a global network of pirates able to access all types of media including computer operating systems, new films and computer games.
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They then post the material on the internet for free download. In the US, agents carried out raids in 27 cities, seizing over 100 computers which will be examined for illegal activity. A further 19 searches were carried out in five other countries, and police in the UK made six arrests on charges of conspiracy to defraud. Ojin tehnologiyasi slajd.
US officials said more arrests were likely after agents had sifted through the data contained in the confiscated computers. Ahead of the game 'Operation Buccaneer' was the biggest global anti-pirate effort to date and the result of more than a year of undercover work. Microsoft was one of the hackers' victims US officials say the pirates - whose postings include the latest Microsoft software and recent films such as Harry Potter - are responsible for 95% of all pirated software available online, causing at least $1bn in lost revenues each year.