| Sentinel of Liberty|
|Old Covert Tasks • Rewards|
Covert Task Start
|Tony Stark:||While we're out there saving the world and everything else, we've got a couple of other problems that bear watching.
Some Stark Tech appears to have been pirated by a subcontractor. They sold it on, and it ended up in...
|Nick Fury:||Let's cut to the chase here. Thanks to a security breach, there's unlicensed Stark tech in the most recent generation of Servo Guards.|
|Tony Stark:||Agent, we need to track this piracy back to its source. So the first thing we need is one of the Servo Guards.|
|Nick Fury:||This shop is definitely not turning out UL Certified components.
It's a clear-cut case of component piracy, and I wouldn't be surprised if they're pirating the software, too.
|Nick Fury:||The factory is shut down, Mr. Stark. Judging by the awful condition of the place, we're doing the workers there a favor. Unfortunately they don't know who owns the factory, or what the owner might have to do with Stark Industries.|
|Tony Stark:||I'll find out. This is what I pay lawyers for. Also why I created Jarvis.
Once I've got that information, it'll be time to have a conversation with the factory's owner and find out who set him up to make this stuff.
|Nick Fury:||Or we could ask Dr. Doom.|
|Tony Stark:||Was that a joke, Fury? Not your forte.|
|Nick Fury:||Now we're getting somewhere. We've got the name of the pirate's contact within Stark Industries' Subcontractor pool.|
|Tony Stark:||Okay. This particular pirate network is choked off. Stark Industries is re-revaluating all of its subcontracting relationships.|
|Nick Fury:||You know, some people may think these criminals aren't worth fighting, but left unchecked they can do just as much damage as supervillains. They deceive people and put them in danger.|
|Tony Stark:||Agreed. If we take piracy seriously, we can prevent stolen tech from falling into the wrong hands. It may not involve punching people in capes, but it's just as important for keeping the world safe.|