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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......

Full article >>> reduction from 36 percent in 2003. However, losses due to piracy increased from $29 billion to $33 billion, according to the study, which was conducted by IDC, the global technology research organization.

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Racine, a registered patent attorney, believes that most of the businesses wit......

Full article >>> to involve having a policy that says your employees are not able to download or install software on the computer without company approval," Racine said. "The policies can vary, but you want to have control over that."

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


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