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Much of the piracy appears to be coming from the US and India.

From Quartz

With governments preoccupied by the public health crisis, they’ve had fewer resources to devote to combating piracy.

From Ozy

It was not designed to deal with piracy at the scale that was about to erupt.

The most common technique to limit piracy is by adding watermarks that help trace which customer originally received the movie.

From Fortune

For years, piracy attacks on major shipping routes have been on a decline.

From Ozy

The record business is 98 percent piracy everywhere on the planet.

As with any new device, fears came up about privacy, security, the fear of looking like a dork, and piracy.

This also an area known for piracy, which means that military radar surveillance would have been highly active.

First charged with “piracy,” each member of the retinue now faces seven years in jail if found guilty of “hooliganism.”

Piracy has transformed into a well-developed business and I am part of that business.

William Kidd with others executed at Execution dock, London, for piracy.

It was the beginning of a policy which was to put an end to the piracy which had prevailed for centuries on those waters.

If you give me those documents, I will show them to the Captain—but he is not the sort of man—this is mere piracy, after all!

When the victim of Algerian piracy stood on the deck, dripping and indignant, and told his tale of woe, we were delighted.

He used to make voyages from port to port, partly for commerce, but more especially for piracy.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to piracy, such as: copying, hijacking, infringement, plagiarism, theft, and bootlegging.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.