wiredmikey writes: A Michigan woman pleaded guilty yesterday to selling counterfeit computer software which reportedly earned her over $400,000. According to court documents, between July 2008 and January 2010, Jones sold more than 7,000 copies of pirated business software at discounted prices through the website cheapdl.com. The software, published by several companies including Microsoft, Adobe, Intuit and Symantec had a retail value of more than $2 million.
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