Naughty Comet sold 94,000 “counterfeit” copies of Windows XP and Vista

Microsoft Vs Comet - Ongoing Issues PictureElectronic retailer Comet is being sued by Microsoft for allegedlly selling more than 94,000 counterfeit recovery CDs of Windows Vista and Windows XP.

The parent company of Comet, Kesa Electricals, has denied the accusations.  They said that they would,

“defend its position vigorously”.

The counterfeits are said to have been produced in a factory in Hampshire and then sold to customers in its retail stores across the UK.



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