p2pnet news | Crime:- German police raided 51 booths at the CeBIT computing show looking for devices with MP3, MP4 and DVB functions for digital audio and video, blank CDs and DVD copiers.
“According to senior prosecutor Hans-Jurgen Lendeckel, several mobile phones, screens, sat navs and MP3 devices were seized,” says The Register.
Senior detective Oliver Stock was in charge, says the story, and, “Some 183 police, customs officers and prosecutors raided the fair on Wednesday and carried off six cartons of electronic goods and documents including cellphones, navigation devices, digital picture frames and flat-screen monitors,” states the Guardian, going on:
“Of the 51 companies raided, 24 were Chinese, including three from Hong Kong, 12 from Taiwan, nine from Germany and one each from Poland, the Netherlands and Korea.”
The parties concerned could face a jail sentence of up to five years or a fine if found guilty, says the story.
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