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Video game publisher thanks pirates for their interest, offers them a discount

Video game piracy is a major concern for publishers and developers alike. While musicians can still hope that fans who steal their albums will spend money on merchandise or tickets for live shows, the opportunity for profit is lost when someone steals a game. That's why game makers have to be very careful about the way they interact with pirates, because raking them over the coals never helps.
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