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Software piracy slashed

Software piracy in Ireland has almost halved in the last eight years, according to an international watchdog body.

2nd June, 2007

Software piracy in Ireland has almost halved in the last eight years, according to an international watchdog body.

The rate of software piracy in Ireland now stands at 36 per cent, down massively from its peak of 56 per cent in 1999.

Ireland is now placed at the European Union average. However, the Business Software Alliance (BSA) claims that Irish industry is still losing almost €75 million a year as a result of software piracy. It says European...

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