domingo, 20 de mayo de 2012

2011 bsa global software piracy study - Ninth edition, MAY 2012

This year's BSA Global Software Piracy Study marks the first time a large sample of computer users around the world have been asked directly, "How often do you acquire pirated software or software that is not fully licensed?" The answers people have given to that and other questions reveal sharp divides between the habits and outlooks of computer users in emerging and developed markets. Those differences help explain why the global piracy rate hovered at 42 percent in 2011 while a steadily expanding marketplace in the developing world drove the commercial value of software theft to $63.4 billion.

Download - Estudio acerca de la piratería global de software

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