Software Piracy Sentencing For Xiang Li Pushed Back To June 11th - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Software Piracy Sentencing For Xiang Li Pushed Back To June 11th

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WILMINGTON, Del. -The sentencing of the mastermind behind one of the largest piracy schemes in the United States' history has been pushed back.

Xiang Li, 36, of China was scheduled in court on Friday, but we're told it's been moved to June 11th.

In January, Li pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit copyright infringement and conspiracy to commit wire fraud involving a website called Crack 99 that sold pirated software.

Li faces up to 25 years prison.

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