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Topic - John P. Kelleghan
A Chinese national was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in prison for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and criminal copyright infringement in connection with operating a website to distribute more than $100 million in pirated software around the world.
Mr. Kelleghan said the tightly controlled and valuable software products that Li sold and distributed online were industrial-grade digital tools used to design myriad products essential to the daily life, health and safety of the public, and to U.S. national security.
Between January 2010 and June 2011, Mr. Kelleghan said undercover ICE agents made a series of purchases of pirated software worth hundreds of thousands of dollars from Li's website.