MANILA - Software piracy not only hurts software giants like Microsoft but it also impedes growth of local start-up developers that may not have the resources and financial muscle to protect their products.
COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEWhile global losses caused by software piracy increased by 15 per cent, in China the overall piracy rate has dropped significantly, according to a recent survey. Incidence of piracy in
COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThe Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft (CAAST) has got yet another company to pay the price for software piracy. The anti-piracy watchdog yesterday announced a Toronto firm has agreed to
The U.S. government is moving in the right direction with its efforts to reform its patent process by making it tougher for companies claiming infringement to get court injunctions, said a top executive
U.S. Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez will meet with senior Chinese government officials Tuesday as part of a two-day visit to Beijing focussed largely on protecting intellectual property (IP) rights in China and preparations
Strict monitoring by corporate users of compliance with, rather than government’s enforcement of intellectual property laws, could be a better method of curbing software piracy in The Philippines, according to a report by
Anino Entertainment is a small, Filipino software development company engaged in developing games for personal computers, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and mobile phones. The 10-man team comprising Anino has toiled for more than
According to the Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft, Canadians are not only software pirates, we're significantly better at it (maybe 'worse at it' is a better way of putting it) than our neighbours