Japanese Gaming Group Opens Anti-Piracy Office in China

Law360, New York (October 14, 2003, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Japan's Association of Copyright for Computer Software (ACCS) has opened an antipiracy office in China, marking its first overseas expansion, Gamespot reported Tuesday.

The ACCS hopes the new branch office will strengthen its ties with Chinese government agencies, copyright agencies, and the media. Office staff will aggregate information on piracy in an effort to develop appropriate countermeasures, according to Gamespot.

China was selected as the first location for a branch office because the Japanese game industry is targeting that market for future growth.

At 92%, China's...
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