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India's army of reverse engineers to combat cyber attacks
by CXOtoday News Desk    Oct 29, 2013
Category : News & Analysis
The country will have more than 1 lakh reverse engineering professionals by 2015
CII holds conference on counterfeiting and piracy
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 23, 2010
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Panelists from the FMCG and automobile industry go together to discuss how IP violations can be prevented
Microsoft Earns Delhi High Court Ire
by CXOtoday Staff    Dec 14, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Microsoft has been asked to shell out Rs. 800, 000 ($16,000) by the Delhi High Court, which felt that the software giant was trying to 'harass' defendants in four copyright violation cases it filed.Justice SN Dhingra of the Delhi High Court...
PC Software Piracy Level Drops to 68% in India
by CXOtoday Staff    May 27, 2009
Category : News & Analysis
In India the PC software piracy level registered 68% in 2008, a one point drop from 69% in 2007. However dollar losses caused by software piracy continued to increase, rising to $2.7 billion in 2008 compared to losses of $2 billion in 2007, as...
OpenOffice Replaces MS Office at Chennai Corp.
by Anuradha Ramamirtham    Nov 14, 2007
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
The Chennai Corporation is switching entire operations to OpenOffice.org following reports of employees using pirated versions of MS office. The employees work in different departments at the head office at Rippon building, Chennai Central....
Microsoft's Piracy Replacement Offer: Trick Or Treat?
by CXOtoday Staff    Nov 29, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Microsoft UK is offering FREE licensed copies of Windows XP to anyone who is willing to give up their counterfeit copies in exchange. Although the offer looks extremely tempting at the surface, professional users would prefer to stay anonymous...
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53 Percent Of Software In Asia Pacific Pirated
by CXOtoday Staff    Jul 08, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Fifty three percent of the software installed on computers in the Asia Pacific region was pirated in 2003, representing a loss of over US$7.5 billion, according to findings from a global software piracy study released yesterday by the Business...
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