Bulgarian Police Seize Pirated Software, Films and Music
Bulgarian police officials have recently discovered computer servers with 27 terabytes of pirated material, including 5000 movies and an unspecified number of music files, computer games and illegal software.
The pirated material belonged to an Internet service provider acting on the territory of the towns Burgas and Yambol in eastern and south-eastern Bulgaria.
The illegal software included Microsoft, Adobe, Macromedia and Autodesk.
This is the largest amount of pirated products seized in Bulgaria in recent years.
For more information, please contact Milena Bogoslovova in our Bulgaria office.
Source: Darik News
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