Symantec Wins $3 Million Judgment In Software Piracy Suit

By eweek  |  Posted 2003-12-30 Print this article Print
Symantec Corp. has been granted a judgment totaling $3 million in a suit against a software firm accused of selling counterfeit copies of Symantec software. The suit that Symantec brought against Maryland Internet Marketing in April claims trademark infringement, copyright infringement and false advertising. Maryland Internet Marketing was using spam e-mail campaigns to sell the counterfeit software, which included Norton SystemWorks, Norton Antivirus, Norton Ghost and pcAnywhere, at reduced prices.

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