FRANKFURT, Oct 29 (Reuters) - German premium carmaker BMW is pressing charges against unknown individuals responsible for leaking internal pictures and technical data to a German motor magazine, it said on Friday. "Internal information became public that wasn't supposed to be seen," a spokeswoman for BMW said. The first photographs of BMW's multi-purpose-vehicle (MPV), which have been kept secret ahead of its planned debut in 2008, were published in a July issue of Auto Motor and Sport. ...
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