SINGAPORE - These days, pirated copies of music albums are called illegal downloads and they can be squeezed into a mobile phone.
Mr Ronnie Loh, 71, remembers it differently. In 1978, he was a sales manager with record label Warner Music and often accompanied police officers on raids that targeted the illicit business of producing and distributing pirated music cassettes.
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