Microsoft has officially lifted the covers off its Live Search competitor to Google, announcing that the software company is taking its new search product out of beta. However, a quick visit to the www.live.com page will show a site similar to Google's but still with the red Beta tag appended.
When most of us think about software piracy, we imagine some guy down the street or in China with a pirated copy of Windows or Office running on his cheap PC. However, that scenario bears no resemblance to the case of 27 year old Californian Nathan Peterson, who has been sentenced to seven years in prison for selling counterfeit software.
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