Microsoft Corp. announced software piracy lawsuits against three Northern California businesses on Wednesday, alleging they distributed counterfeit versions of Windows and Office Professional products.
Microsoft’s “mystery shoppers” caught the businesses selling the counterfeit software despite warnings and cease-and-desist letters from the world’s largest computer software maker, according to Anne Murphy, a Microsoft attorney.
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