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Companies are still taking software license

Madison, Wis. - Software piracy remains pervasive in American and foreign businesses, but those who track it are getting better at cracking down, and violators have been paying a stiff price.

Research indicates that one in five software programs in use in the United States is unlicensed, but commercial software companies and copyright owners are increasingly ta......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/18/06


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