Ashton-Tate charges Canadian firm with software piracy
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Press release announcing a copyright infringement lawsuit filed in the Supreme Court of British Columbia against Softsave Information Services Inc., a software rental firm based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The suit charges Softsave and individuals associated with the company with illegally reproducing copies of Ashton-Tate products, including dBASE III PLUS, MultiMate, CHART-MASTER and Framework II, and renting the programs to customers for a $ 15 fee. Donated by Ed Esber. 3 scanned pages.
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