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Short: Arrest on Microsoft piracy

A key suspect involved in the sale of $3 million in pirated Microsoft programs has been arrested, federal prosectutors said today. Joe Huong, 34, was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport over the weekend, while waiting for a Taipei flight. Huong and four other suspects are believed to have made 200,000 copies of MS-DOS and Windows programs, according to an Associated Press report.

A key suspect involved in the sale of $3 million in pirated Microsoft programs has been arrested, federal prosectutors said today. Joe Huong, 34, was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport over the weekend, while waiting for a Taipei flight. Huong and four other suspects are believed to have made 200,000 copies of MS-DOS and Windows programs, according to an Associated Press report.