How piracy opens doors for Windows

Monday, 17 April 2006, 12:20 AM EST

Microsoft estimates it lost about $14 billion last year to software piracy and those may prove to be the most lucrative sales never made.

Although the world's largest software maker spends millions of dollars annually to combat illegal copying and distribution of its products, critics allege and Microsoft acknowledges that piracy sometimes helps the company establish itself in emerging markets and fend off threats from free open-source programs.

At the LA Times.

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