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Justice Department lands first ever convictions against mobile app pirates


Two men accused of operating a popular Android piracy website have pleaded guilty to charges filed by the Department of Justice. This marks the first time the DOJ has secured convictions for the distribution of counterfeit mobile apps. Earlier today, Nicholas Anthony Narbone entered a guilty plea to one count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. Thomas Allen Dye, who the DOJ refers to as Narbones co-conspirator, pled guilty to the same charge earlier this month.

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