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RIYADH: More than 3.5 million items that violated intellectual property rights in Saudi Arabia have been confiscated and destroyed by the Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property (SAIP) in collaboration with the Ministry of Media.

The items were seized during the transitional period of copyright from the ministry to the SAIP. Seized items included copied and counterfeit books, satellite broadcasting devices, computer program storage devices and photocopy devices for audio works.

News source ~ Arab News