Anti-piracy campaign turns to Middle East

Tom Holman</p><p>
The UK's Publishers Association has stepped up its international anti-piracy campaign with plans for action in Turkey and the Middle East and news of further raids in India.</p><p>
The PA has joined forces with the Association of American Publishers to form the Middle East Piracy Group, which met for the first time earlier this month. The campaign will prioritise Turkey as the worst piracy offender in the region. Saudi Arabia will be targeted also, as any crackdown on imported illegal books would have a knock-on effect in the rest of the Gulf region. The campaign may a...

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