Subject: [IP] The software industry is learning from the RIAA?
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From: Bob Frankston <Bob19firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: May 19, 2005 8:10:31 AM EDT To: Dave Farber <email@example.com> Subject: The software industry is learning from the RIAA?
“Pirated” is not the same as “lost sales”! But maybe we really do want to encourage Asia to have large native software industry to compete with us by pricing ourselves out of the market. It’s one thing to complain about unauthorized copies but another thing to say that all copies are lost sales.
Software industry continues to lose billions to piracy By Eileen Yu, CNETAsia Thursday, May 19 2005 5:46 PM
SINGAPORE--Software piracy rates may have come down, but revenue losses continue to climb, according to a recent study released by the Business Software Alliance.
Piracy continues to be a major challenge for the global software market, said Jeffrey J. Hardee, Asia-Pacific vice president and regional director, Business Software Alliance (BSA), an international non-profit body dedicated to promoting a "legal digital world".
Bob Frankston http://www.frankston.com
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