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Police set up anti-piracy unit

By SHALVEEN CHAND
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Update: 3:45PM THE police have set up a special team to conduct investigations specifically on copyright infringements.

Acting commissioner of Police Ravi Narayan said local artists lost a lot because of piracy.

We now have a team that have undergone training and have the capacity to deal with cases of copyright infringements and we will work closely with the Fiji Performing Rights Association to protect local artists from losing their hard earned money, he said.

The team will be based at the Criminal Investigations Department.

 

 








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