Russian IT minister pledges piracy clampdown

Friday, 16 March 2007, 12:15 AM EST

Russia's IT minister said his country will step up its work to fight intellectual property violations, part of an effort to boost foreign technology investment in Russia and gain admittance to the World Trade Organization.

Last month the International Intellectual Property Alliance named Russia as one of the world's worst offenders for violating U.S. software and music copyrights, second only to China.

At InfoWorld.

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