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A member of a group that plotted to distribute more than four million pirated Android apps has pleaded guilty to two copyright infringement charges.
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Android, app piracy, copyright, US Department of Justice, Aaron Blake Buckley, Gary Edwin Sharp, Applanet, SnappzMarket, apps