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The composer Paul Cheever claims in a federal complaint that Huawei Technologies distributed “tens of millions of illegal copies” of his copyrighted tune “A Casual Encounter,” preinstalling it in smartphones and tablet computers, without paying him a dime.

SAN FRANCISCO — The composer Paul Cheever claims in a federal complaint that Huawei Technologies distributed “tens of millions of illegal copies” of his copyrighted tune “A Casual Encounter,” preinstalling it in smartphones and tablet computers, without paying him a dime.

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