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Short Take: Microsoft sues companies for alleged piracy

Microsoft has filed lawsuits against several computer resellers in California for allegedly selling pirated software. The companies, which are located in the San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco areas, are Access Publishing Computer Software, North Coast Pacific, A&A Technology, PCH Distribution and Microlink Enterprise.

Microsoft has filed lawsuits against several computer resellers in California for allegedly selling pirated software. The companies, which are located in the San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco areas, are Access Publishing Computer Software, North Coast Pacific, A&A Technology, PCH Distribution and Microlink Enterprise.