Several years ago, I gave a talk at the National Law School of India in Bangalore. While at the school, I was informed that it had adopted a zero tolerance policy toward pirated software. The policy had not led to widespread use of licensed proprietary software, however. Instead, the school […]
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Mike Masnick of Techdirt demonstrates how the BSA's piracy stats mislead.
The Business Software Alliance has released its annual global software piracy report. Some object to study's methodology, but note that the BSA reports that Canada is among the 20 countries with the lowest piracy rates worldwide, ranking far lower than many European countries such as France, Spain, Greece, Portugal, and […]
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