According to the latest news, Microsoft's software giant suits the reseller for the sale of pirated software. Piracy has always been one of the most important issues since the formation of technology. It seems that this problem loses one lawsuit at one time. Although there are serious civil and criminal sanctions, there are still some who are involved in this practice and are called business. It only shows that there are some entrepreneurs who will set aside business ethics for the benefit of the almighty dollar. The Internet is a very powerful tool, especially for businesses, and the fact that people are used by people for scam, all Tom, Dick, and Harry are suspected of Internet-based businesses. Needless to say, this may be a little problematic for software vendors.
The question is whether software piracy can be completely eliminated and when do we see it being done? According to Wikimedia, copyright infringement is common. Yes, there is a copyright law that, in a nutshell, means that any financial advantage can be given to the creator of the software and sanctions should be imposed if someone finds guilty of software breach. However, there are also cases where a relatively innocent person can commit this crime. Easy sharing of the software backups is already a copyright infringement. If you did not know that this is so, you are still not on the hook, because any statement of ignorance can not be considered a defense.
There are several ways to prevent software privacy, use of open source software, using a hardware key, and of course anti-piracy software. It is said that prevention is better than cure, so when you start your own Internet business, it is essential that you invest a premium to stop and block software piracy in order to secure your assets