No change in global piracy rates

Tuesday, 15 May 2007, 12:26 PM EST

More than one-third of business software used by companies around the world is pirated. According to figures released by the Business Software Alliance 35% of the programs used by firms is illegal- a figure unchanged since 2003.

Despite this, the piracy watchdog said some nations, such as China, had made big inroads into the amount of illegal software companies were using.

At the BBC.

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