Bloomberg, October 24, 2011
China isn’t reducing software piracy quickly enough and the government should aim to cut illegal use by 10 percentage points in the next two years, according to a trade group that tracks counterfeiting.
The country will eventually surpass the U.S. to become the industry’s largest source of piracy losses, Robert Holleyman, chief executive officer of the Business Software Alliance, said at a press conference in Beijing today. He declined to provide a more specific forecast... Read Full Story >>
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