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After plagiarism report, DeNA eyes daunting road to recovery

Up to 20,000 articles may have violated copyrights

Tomoko Namba, founder and chairwoman of DeNA, faced reporters Monday in Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Internet company DeNA's focus on numerical targets for its curated-content sites fed rampant plagiarism and copyright violations, third-party investigators say, pushing the firm to make extensive changes aimed at regaining users' trust.

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