Malaysia to raid private firms in anti-piracy drive
by EN-LAI YEOH, Associated Press
INQ7.NET, publication date: 10 April 2006
"Malaysia said Monday it will launch surprise raids on companies nationwide to ferret out illegal software and bring the country's copyright piracy rate down to at least the global average.
The raids will be conducted by the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs with the help of the police and the Business Software Alliance, a global anti-piracy watchdog backed by industry heavyweights such as Microsoft, Apple, Intel and Adobe."