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Microsoft accused of hacking attack
An angry Chinese lawyer accused Microsoft of perpetrating the biggest ever hacker attack in response to the software giant's controversial move.
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Microsoft sued for anti-piracy measures
Pressure on Microsoft over its controversial anti-piracy campaign in China's mainland has been stepped up with news that a Beijing man is taking the software giant to court for violating the integrity of his computer.
Microsoft declines to disclose its next move
Microsoft has been under the spotlight since it launched its validation testing software, Microsoft Genuine Advantage, in China on October 20. The software giant's anti-piracy move has provoked an avalanche of complaints from users and accusations from lawyers and software companies.
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Panicking users rail against Microsoft anti-piracy crackdown
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