Court orders seizure of PC and counterfeit video games
A woman who made over £850,000 from selling illegally copied games and films has had her assets confiscated following a conviction for piracy and counterfeiting offences.
Prosecutors argued that Mrs Roach's financial gain from criminal activity was more than £850,000 and asked the judge to confiscate her remaining assets worth an estimated £250,000.
Michael Rawlinson, managing director of The Entertainment & Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELSPA) said: " The Roach case highlights the severe penalties facing criminals who partake in the selling of pirated computer and video games."
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