Slovenian Economy Suffers Damages of US$ 29m Due to Software Piracy
Ljubljana, 3 June - The level of software piracy in Slovenia stood at 59 percent in 2002. This is only a drop of one percent over the previous year and a decrease of 2 percent over 2000, but nevertheless points to a falling trend in the use of pirated programmes, suggests a study of the Business Software Alliance (BSA).
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