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Words related to bootlegging

the act of making or transporting alcoholic liquor for sale illegally

the act of selling illegally or without permission

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The Defendants in this case engage in massive infringement and bootlegging of Prince's material," the suit reads.
Speaking to Khaleej Times, a top officer at the Criminal Investigation Department said the cases involving bootlegging activities have been minimised during the last year due to the efforts of the police and other authorities in the emirate.
Printed Music," discusses the bootlegging of song the sheets in the 1930s, fake books, and the photocopying sheet music.
Mushtaq Ahmad filed a case against 17 Indian men for inflicting injuries to his leg in the bootlegging gang fight and sought a compensation of Dh1.
The men have been in jail since 2009 for the murder of Khan and for assaulting three others during a bootlegging fight in the Al Sajja labour camp off the Sharjah-Dhaid Road.
The men faced charges of bootlegging in January this year.
Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said Suky, through Direct Distributors of which he was a principal, bought thousands of counterfeit DVDs from a Montreal-based bootlegging operation and sold them out of a storefront on West 36th Street.
The Indian, who was arrested after police interrogated him for bootlegging, was convicted of fraud.
For Joossens (1999) and von Lampe (2005), bootlegging is one of the ways of smuggling cigarettes, and refers to instances when an amount of cigarettes that exceeds customs regulations is bought.
ROCK legend Jimmy Page yesterday told a Glasgow trial that bootlegging music was "legally and morally" wrong.
Industry experts allegedly consider Russia to be second only to China in bootlegging audio recordings, DVDs and computer software.
1billion in 2005 because of Internet piracy, bootlegging and illegal copying of their films.