RM20mil fine for illegally downloading 10,000 songs

  • Nation
  • Thursday, 10 Dec 2009

PENANG: A bistro owner in Seberang Jaya faces a fine of up to RM20mil under the Copy­right Act 1987 for loading 10,000 foreign and local songs into his karaoke set.

The 49-year-old man, who opened his bistro just two months ago, was nabbed by the Penang branch of the Domestic Trade, Co-operative and Consu­merism Minis­try yesterday.

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