Microsoft cuts deal with Indonesia over piracy

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Microsoft cuts deal with Indonesia over piracy

Microsoft is to grant Indonesia an amnesty on pirated versions of its Windows program used on government computers in exchange for a token payment, Jakarta Post reported, citing Information Minister Sofyan Djalil.

Under the deal, up to 50,000 computers running illegal software will be legalized at a dollar each, Djalil was quoted as saying.

Read the complete story. (NewsFactor)