Apparently everyone is pirating software, including the US Navy. German company Bitmanagement is suing the US military for willful copyright infringement on a massive scale after being caught installing software on over 500,000 computers without their authorization during licensing negotiation.Read More
Cyber security in the Middle East is at risk, fuelled partly due to ignorance about the topic in the region, a construction expert has told Construction Week Qatar.
Walid Jaludi, managing director at ITCA, Middle East and Africa said: “CyberRead More
IP infringement in general and software piracy in particular is a difficult problem in Kuwait. Until recently, lack of concern and cooperation from the Kuwait Ministry of Commerce combined with weak results in the courts and non-deterrent penalties has doneRead More
Da Nang, Vietnam - Earlier this month, Mr. Trin Trung Hieu was apprehended by the Vietnamese governmental authorities, marking the end of his decade-long career leading a global piracy organization specializing in cracking and selling naval design software.Read More
With the introduction of new technologies to identify and address copyright infringement, software companies have temporarily gained an advantage over unlicensed users, but for how long?
Traditional investigative work is time consuming, complicated and cumbersome, so its not hard toRead More
THREE companies have been found guilty of reproducing and/or using Sage software illegally on the continent.Read More
IDG News Service - Bank of America illegally copied $300 million worth of Tibco's enterprise software for use in a massive IT project at its Merrill Lynch subsidiary, Tibco alleges in a lawsuit.Read More
Against the backdrop of the Law Against Unfair Competition in the United States, International Data Corporation today unveiled a whitepaper on the possible risk for India’s manufacturing sector due to non-compliance with clean IT practices.Read More