China’s fox guarding intellectual property henhouse

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Weisi Dai, a graduate student at Carnegie Mellon University, happened to find something interesting on the website of China’s State Intellectual Property Office … pdf slideshow file property tab showed that the author was “Tomato Garden,” a website with a history of pirating Microsoft software in China.

That’s right, reports Foreign Policy, it looks like the agency that’s supposed to be protecting intellectual property rights in China is using pirated software.

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