In the article 'Microsoft rejoices in anti-piracy victory' posted earlier this week, we incorrectly stated that Computer 2000 was one of two companies fined for dealing with and supplying counterfeit products.
The company in question was in fact Aldershot-based reseller Computers 2000 and not Basingstoke-based distributor Computer 2000.
We apologise for any embarrassment caused to Computer 2000.
The story has been corrected and can be read here
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