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Software piracy declines in emerging markets

Washington, D.C. - Reductions in software piracy were reported in several emerging markets, but 35 percent of the packaged software installed on personal computers worldwide in 2005 was illegal, amounting to $34 billion in global losses, according to an annual study released by the Business Software Alliance.

The BSA, an international association of......

Full article >>> nchanged from 2004 to 2005 as large developed markets like the United States, Western Europe, Japan, and a handful of Asian countries continue to dominate the software market as their combined piracy rate remained flat.

Meanwhile, Russia saw a four point drop in its software piracy rate, and India's piracy rate declined two points. China, with one of the fastest-growing information techn......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 05/24/06


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