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+ - BSA Study Demonstrates Open Source's Economic Advantage->

Submitted by jrepin
jrepin (667425) writes "The fundamental premise of the latest BSA study — that licensed proprietary software is better in many ways than pirated copies — actually applies to open source software even more strongly, with the added virtues that the software is free to try, to use and to modify. That means the potential economic impact of free software is also even greater than that offered by both licensed and unlicensed proprietary software. It's yet another reason for governments around the world to promote the use of open source in their countries by everyone at every level."
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BSA Study Demonstrates Open Source's Economic Advantage

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