Microsoft Sues U.S. Stores Over Pirated Software

Microsoft Corp. sued four small software retailers in California and Virginia on Wednesday for selling pirated software. Microsoft, the world's largest software maker, said it had received complaints from consumers and businesses who had purchased software from CEO Microsystems Inc. and Wiston Group Inc. in California. In Virginia, Microsoft sued #9 Software Inc., East Outlet LLC and Super Supplier LLC.

News source: Reuters

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