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A federal lawsuit accuses the National Credit Union Foundation of alleged copyright infringement and digital copyright law violations of a poverty simulation product owned by the Missouri Community Action Network, a Jefferson City-based non-profit organization that serves and advocates for low-income families.

Gigi Hyland, executive director of Madison, Wis.-based NCUF, declined comment, citing the foundation’s policy that prohibits her from publicly discussing pending litigation.

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