Federal court smacks Microsoft reseller CPL Notting Hill with $2.6 million fine for selling fraudulent Windows 7

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Federal court smacks Microsoft reseller CPL Notting Hill with $2.6 million fine for selling fraudulent Windows 7
Victorian PC reseller CPL Notting Hill has been ordered to pay Microsoft close to $2.6 million for infringing on its copyright. The Federal Court proceedings date back to 2016, when Microsoft said it purchased a computer from the Melbourne-based reseller with a fraudulent copy of Windows 7 ...

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