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Company of South Korea created in 1938. In the Early '90 he produced chips without a licence for Famicom cartridges. They were used by Taiwan companies, these chips were used until 1995 when Nintendo took legal action against Samsung <ref>Magazine Player One n° 51, France. 1995-03.
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Company of South Korea created in 1938. In the Early '90 Samsung Electronics produced chips without a licence for cartridges. They were used by Taiwan companies.
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== Nintendo legal actions ==
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In 1995 Nintendo took legal actions against Samsung Electronics (Magazine Player One n° 51, France, 1995-03).
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[[File:NES Nintendo SamsungPlayer One 051 - Page 015 (1995-03).jpg|thumb|285x285px]]
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Nintendo of America accused Samsung Electronics of piracy for producing Donkey Kong Country chips found in illegal copies sold in Asia, South America, Europe and USA and Samsung accused Nintendo of defamation.
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The One Player article also mentiones Nintendo's efforts to stop piracy in Taiwan, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Argentina, Paraguay and Venezuela.
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The actiones ended with an agreement with Samsung to stop developing pirate chips and helping Nintendo to fight piracy (One Player Magazine).
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Company of South Korea created in 1938. In the Early '90 Samsung Electronics produced chips without a licence for cartridges. They were used by Taiwan companies.

Nintendo legal actions Edit

In 1995 Nintendo took legal actions against Samsung Electronics (Magazine Player One n° 51, France, 1995-03).

NES Nintendo SamsungPlayer One 051 - Page 015 (1995-03)

Nintendo of America accused Samsung Electronics of piracy for producing Donkey Kong Country chips found in illegal copies sold in Asia, South America, Europe and USA and Samsung accused Nintendo of defamation.

The One Player article also mentiones Nintendo's efforts to stop piracy in Taiwan, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Argentina, Paraguay and Venezuela.

The actiones ended with an agreement with Samsung to stop developing pirate chips and helping Nintendo to fight piracy (One Player Magazine).

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