Study Finds Rampant Software Piracy In Asia, Latin America
The study found that 35% of the software installed on personal computers worldwide was pirated in 2004, a one percentage point decrease from 36% in 2003. Meanwhile, losses due to piracy increased from $29 billion to $33 billion, according to a study conducted for the BSA by market research firm IDC.
The increase in losses to $33 billion was, in...
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