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Ubisoft's Guillemot Breaks Down Piracy By Platform; New Tool Will 'Tremendously' Decrease PC Piracy

During yesterday's Ubisoft earnings call, company CEO Yves Guillemot outlined his thoughts on piracy as it pertains to each platform, from PC to handhelds. Interestingly, Guillemot was especially concerned with Nintendo DS piracy in Europe. And in a surprisingly mysterious comment, the CEO said that a "new tool" possibly coming by the end of this year would "tremendously" reduce the effects of PC piracy.
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