Bosnian Authorities Seize 15,000 Pirated Discs
On June 2, 2011, the Bosnian authorities raided 13 locations in the towns of Velika Kladuša and Cazin, northwestern Bosnia, and discovered and temporarily seized 15,000 pirated DVDs and CDs, nine computers, one printer and two USB flash drives.
The Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina ordered this police action as part of measures aimed at protecting copyright.
Criminal charges will be filed against nine people for copyright infringement.
For more information, please contact Alma Vilic at our Bosnia and Herzegovina office.
Source: The Bosnian State Investigation and Protection Agency
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