Software Maker Files $2.2-billion Suit Alleging Piracy In China

Software maker files $2.2-billion suit alleging piracy in China

Santa Barbara's CYBERsitter says software makers stole code to create a controversial Internet filter. Seven computer manufacturers are also named. A Santa Barbara software maker has filed a $2.2-billion lawsuit against China, two Chinese software companies and seven computer manufacturers, accusing them of conspiring to steal and disseminate Internet filtering technology.

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