Gemvision Inc. has announced their involvement in a campaign against software piracy, in order to identify the violators and seek necessary legal remedies. The use of unauthorized and unlicensed software has increased in the recent years, and even committed by businesses that the software is designed to serve.
“We are committed to protecting our customer’s investment. Our technological prowess combined with tenacity will be used to locate, identify and take action against companies and individuals using illegal versions of our software,” says Christopher Burger, vice president of Gemvision. “We will take bold action to eliminate the illegal use of our products.”
Gemvision has already launched successful raids with the help of international government agencies and expert private investigators. Action has also been taken against websites offering illegal downloads of the software without authorization. To find out more and report violations, contact Gemvision. CJ