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Firm suspected of organised crime, piracy

The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry suspects that a licensed music compact disc production company with 11 factories is involved in organised crime activities besides producing pirated music materials.


Officers to be armed in war against pirated goods

Enforcement officers of the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry will be provided firearms for protection against violent and aggressive vendors of pirated goods.


Still the diva

Sharifah Aini is one of Malaysia#8217;s most recognised entertainers. After 35 years in the business, she will release her 77th album next month, followed by her swansong album in August. In an exclusive interview, the First Lady of Song explains why she will retire in three years when she turns 50!


Of senses and skills

Arts Alamak with Ann Lee


Pushing for mandatory jail

From the Chinese Press: The Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry, dissatisfied that punishment under the existing Copyright Act has no deterrent effect on CD piracy, is pushing for mandatory jail term for convicted pirates.


Foreign help sought to nab VCD pirates

Malaysia has sought the assistance of international music and film companies to trace those supplying content to local manufacturers of pirated VCDs and CDs.


Starbucks turns in record profit

Specialty coffee retailer Starbucks Corp has reported record first-quarter profit and sales as it continued to see growth that exceeded analysts#8217; expectations.


Amazon delivers second profit in Q4 Inc has delivered its second profit ever, beating analysts#8217; expectations for the fourth quarter of 2002 amid robust holiday sales growth spurred by free shipping and deep discounting.


Fake VCD ring crippled, five held

POLICE broke up a pirated software syndicate on Saturday, arresting five men and seizing S$1mil (RM2.2mil) worth of DVDs and CDs in one of the biggest operations so far.


US music retailers in Net joint venture

Major US music retailers have launched a service to deliver music via the Internet, a step they hope will save them from piracy that has raged on even after the demise of the Napster online song-swapping service.