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Software Piracy Reaches Record $59 Billion in 2010

WASHINGTON  May 12, 2011  Theft of software for personal computers leapt 14 percent globally in 2010 to a record commercial value of $59 billion, the Business Software Alliance (BSA) reported today in the 2010 BSA Global Software Piracy Study <> . That amount has nearly doubled in real terms since 2003. Emerging economies are the driving forces behind the trend, the report finds, because that is where PC
shipments are growing fastest.
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BSA: 6 States Account for Nearly Half of Reports of Corporate Software Piracy

WASHINGTON — April 06, 2011 — Nearly half of all suspected cases of corporate software piracy in America last year originated in six states, according to an analysis by the Business Software Alliance. California, Texas, Florida, New York, Illinois and Michigan together produced 49.3% of the reports BSA received in 2010 from sources alleging that companies were using unlicensed software.
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