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Sound Effects publishers invest a great deal of time, money, and effort to produce sound effects, and customers that have legally purchased and licensed their sound effects libraries should not be at a competitive disadvantage because some individuals and companies commit copyright infringement by pirating sound effects libraries. If you are discovered using pirated sound effects you are legally at risk, but more importantly a claim will be made against the producers and production companies that benefited from your pirated sound effects library. Producers fight piracy on a daily basis and they understand that piracy is unacceptable for movies, television, software, and sound effects.
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