Magix Digital Centre Pty Ltd operated a website at Magix Digital sold
counterfeit copies of Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010 from its
website. On 2 December 2011, Microsoft commenced proceedings against Magix Digital. On 27
February 2012, Magix was found to have infringed Microsoft’s copyright in the
Office and Windows software products and was ordered to pay $32,000 by way of
damages. Microsoft also obtained orders restraining Magix Digital from
importing or selling any software made without the licence of Microsoft.  Magix Digital no longer
appears to be selling from

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