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Old 04-02-2008, 09:49 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
A slight overreaction, I think. You don't think that it was Sony's corporate policy to use software illegally, do you? Most likely just some "rogue" sysadmin installing dodgy software. Happens in every large organisation, I'm sure. That's why most large companies have internal software audits to try to make sure that their systems are "legit".
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"The Business Software Alliance, however, believes that up to 47 percent of the software installed on Sony BMG's computers could be pirated."

Not that anyone claims that it's comapny policy, but you know the saying, you want others to be holy, you better be the holiest So, no excuses.
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