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We ask that you help us protect our software against software pirates.
These software pirates attempt to profit from our hard work by selling illegal copies of our CD-ROMs
or selling CD-ROMs containing copyright protected software extracted from our CD-ROMs.
Software pirates include anyone who uses unlicensed software. Software piracy is a growing problem
that costs the software industry billions of dollars every year in the United States alone.
Illegal distribution of software can subject a seller to arrest and felony charges with fines up to
$250,000 and prison terms up to 5 years. In civil litigation, we can obtain the higher of our lost profits,
the infringer's profits, or statutory damages of up to $150,000 per product. In either case, we may recover
our attorneys' fees.
The downside of using or acquiring pirated software should be clear: risk of viruses, possibly no
documentation or obsolete documentation, and lack of technical support.
To report suspected piracy of our software, please email us at
or call us toll-free at 877-603-3578 or in Arizona at 480-345-0679.
For additional information on software piracy, visit the
Software and Information Industry Website