ESA Files Piracy Briefing With U.S. Trade Representative

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The Entertainment Software Association (the ESA), a game industry trade group, has submitted a Special 301 filing to the U.S. Trade Representative detailing the piracy problems that hamper the growth of the computer and video game industry.
The report blames online and commercial piracy in countries ranging from China and Russia to Canada. The ESA hopes that the international trade standards for computer games can be changed to better support copyright holders and block piracy, improving international trade in games.

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