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Officers of the Economic and Cyber Crime Division of the Thai Police recently raided factories in Bangkok and Pattaya, which were suspected of selling counterfeit Megatouch machines. The Ecotech Officers also shut down illegal Megatouch copies operating in four shopping malls around Pattaya.
Software discs and other documentation were among the items seized by police, while the factory’s Managing Directors and staff attendants at the shopping mall locations were arrested.
Galaxy Edu-Hitech Company, Merit Industries Megatouch distributor in Thailand, assisted police in planning the raids. “This is our first action against copies in Thailand and I anticipate other actions in the upcoming weeks,” stated Robert C. Fay, Merit’s Director of Government Relations. “We’d like to thank Galaxy Edu-Hitech and the Thai police for helping Merit enforce its copyrights and trademarks in Thailand.”