Piracy cuts deep

Tuesday, 29 November 2005, 3:00 PM EST

I wonder whether the media has finally bought into the hype generated by the pirates, that software theft is good for vendors because it expands the potential market for the purloined product and software that enhances it. This particular brand of piracy cuts deep. If you can't spare any sympathy for well-heeled Apple, consider those whose pockets are considerably more shallow: Mac developers.

By Tom Yager at TechNewsWorld.

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