Anti-piracy campaign widens its net

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India: Tom Holman</p><p>
The campaign against book piracy in India has been stepped up in recent weeks after raids were carried out on illegal copiers and booksellers in several large cities.</p><p>
More than 3,000 books and 670 CD-Roms were seized during raids on 14 locations in Mumbai on 10th and 11th January. Reference titles published by Oxford University Press, Dorling Kindersley and Harcourt were among those recovered. Seventeen people were arrested.</p><p>
The action follows concerted efforts to curb piracy in two other cities in December. More than 2,600 trade and STM books were...

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