BSA: reining in software piracy would add half a million new jobs

Want to boost the world's sagging economies? Here's one strategy: if governments reduced the piracy rate for computer software by 2.5 percent each year over the next four, it would stimulate most nations to the tune of $142 billion, add almost half a million new high tech jobs, and produce about $32 billion in new tax revenues by 2013.

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