Ministry training to reduce piracy

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By  Published  December 8, 2006

Oman’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry recently conducted a training programme for the inspectors and law enforcement bodies at the Ministry as part of its efforts to bring down the piracy rate in the Sultanate.

The training was conducted in co-operation with the Business Software Alliance (BSA) and aimed at equipping the task force, which is responsible for carrying out investigations against companies suspected of, or found to be, in breach of intellectual property rights (IPR) laws, with the necessary skills to perform their duties efficiently, with a special focus on how to distinguish between original and pirated software.

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