anti–piracy

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adjective an·ti–pi·ra·cy \ˌan-tē-ˈpī-rə-sē, ˌan-tī-\
variants: or less commonly

antipiracy

Definition of anti–piracy

  1. :  opposing or acting to prevent piracy anti-piracy laws The record industry rejected the report immediately. “It flies in the face of reality,” says an anti-piracy lawyer at one of the major labels. — Damien Cave … an antipiracy tool that prevents users from installing software on unauthorized systems. — Philip Michaels

1858

First Known Use of anti–piracy

1858


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