Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Russian teacher wins software licensing case | CNET News.com Russian teacher wins software licensing case | CNET News.com

CNET News.com: Russian teacher wins software licensing case. Apparently, they couldn't prove intent, when the teacher claimed that he bought the PCs with the MSFT software installed.

MSFT must be pushing the Russians pretty hard. Another CNET article: Russia hits out at Microsoft licensing:
The Russian government has hit out at Microsoft, claiming the software giant's overly strict and costly licensing regime is to blame for the high rates of consumer piracy in the country.

Antipiracy group the Business Software Alliance lists Russia as one of the top 10 worst offending countries for counterfeit software. Deputy Russian IT minister Dmitry Milovantsev admitted in a briefing in Moscow last week software piracy is a "very serious problem" for the country.

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