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Piracy rate in Nigeria now 83 per cent, BSA

While the software giant, Microsoft calls for additional government and industry support to combat software piracy in Nigeria which remains among the highest in the world, the seventh annual global software piracy study released last week by the Business Software Alliance (BSA), an international association representing the global software industry, in conjunction with the market research firm IDC, revealed that software piracy rate in Nigeria is 83%.

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Microsoft, FG, CITAD, DBI train 100 youths

Committed to increasing access to technology and technology skills among youths, the software giant, Microsoft in collaboration with‘ the Federal Ministry of Youth Development, Centre for Information Technology and Development (CITAD) and the Digital Bridge Institute has commenced an entrepreneurship development capacity building programme for some selected 100 Youth and Youth Development officers in the country.

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