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My Commitment to Antipiracy

My motivation in supporting the antipiracy movement
is out of obligation to my product users and the music
industries at large.

Piracy threatens development and innovation by cheating
legitimate software and method developers, musicians and
artists alike, out of the rights and  rewards of their valuable
and hard-earned work.

The loss of jobs, wages, tax revenues and critical investments
in new technologies are just some of the possible destructive
results of piracy.

Piracy may harm everyone of us including consumers, honest
resellers, the software industry and the national and local
economies, not to mention the threats of organized crime connected
to large scale piracy.

Piracy is stealing. If you or your company is caught copying and/or
distributing illegal copies of methods, you could be
held liable under both civil and criminal laws. If an owner
decides to sue you or your company, the owner can seek to
stop you from using/distributing its product(s) immediately and
can also request monetary damages. The owner may then
choose between actual damages, which includes the amount
it has lost because of your infringement (as well as any of your profits
attributable to the infringement), and statutory damages, which can be
millions of dollars in cases of willful infringement. In addition, the
government can criminally prosecute copyright infringement.

If convicted, infringers can be fined up to $250,000, or sentenced to
prison for up to five years, or both. Repeat offenders can be
imprisoned for up to 10 years.

In addition to legal consequences, consumers who purchase such
unauthorized music and/or methods, either through auction sites,
online stores or brick and mortar retail establishments, may be:

•Exposed to defective or corrupted software, which can ruin computers
and cost consumers more in terms of repair services or replacement equipment.

•Exposed to software viruses or other malicious code that can damage
computers or lead to identity theft.

•Unable to obtain warranties, proper manuals, support services and
software upgrades offered to properly licensed users.

To help protect consumers and to safeguard its intellectual property rights,
my legal department investigates and takes aggressive measures to stop
instances of piracy.

Please email info@MagicMusicianFingers.com  report piracy. 

Thanks for reading. ~ Jules