Noun(1) hijacking on the high seas or in similar contexts; taking a ship or plane away from the control of those who are legally entitled to it(2) the act of plagiarizing; taking someone's words or ideas as if they were your own
(1) For cable operators it's over $5 billion a year - in revenues lost to signal theft and cable piracy .(2) While piracy and terrorism may not be the same crime, they share enough elements to merit joint definition under international law.(3) There are many fine houses here as well as vast warehouses, all of which are walled and well guarded, for piracy and theft are as common as regular trade here.(4) This legislative framework for dealing with piracy and theft of copyrighted goods is now sent to the member states, which have two years to enact laws which comply with the directive.(5) Property insurance developed in response to the hazards faced by medieval exporters, for example losses from shipwreck, piracy , or theft.(6) While the waterway has seen no major terrorist attacks, piracy is widespread.(7) We will take the fight to all those involved in piracy and contraband trafficking.(8) On May 17, a West German court convicted Mohammad Ali Hamadei of murder and air piracy and sentenced him to life imprisonment.(9) Software piracy is rife across the continent and costs African governments an estimated total of around US $1 billion per year.(10) In the last part of your article you liken the act of music piracy to the theft of physical property.(11) Providing a worrying statistic he said that 60 per cent of the world's acts of piracy happened in South East Asian waters.(12) Possibly the bank, in the light of a piracy software charge against the buyers, did not want to get involved in the case Microsoft brought against the buyers.(13) Mumbai police arrested a person in relation with illegal piracy at the domestic airport in the wee hours of Saturday morning.(14) Sony says that only 20 titles, which it refuses to name, contain the XCP virus - software which attacks music piracy by attacking your PC.(15) The terrorist / piracy threat also meant escort ships were needed to ensure safe passage on the seas.(16) air piracy
(1) software piracy :: fôr-ladrad meddalwedd
2. illegal copying ::
4. plagiarism ::
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