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CHINESE SEGA PIRATE PUNISHED

Sega Enterprises Ltd said it has learned the Chinese authorities punished the Shenchu Electronic Equipment Factory, which was accused of illegally making and selling copies of Sega video-game machines and software; the French Agence France-Press International News Service reports that China’s National Copyright Administration fined the Shenzhen-based firm, a subcontractor to Taiwan’s Dayang Electronics Co, $3,500 and ordered it to stop manufacturing and selling illegal machines and programs; the firm also was ordered to hand over all infringing game cards that contain clones of Sega programs.

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