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Redmond Launches Anti-Piracy Effort for ISVs

No, it's not the dreaded Windows Genuine Advantage rearing its terrifying head again. This time, Microsoft has actually come up with an anti-piracy service that it's selling to ISVs, and it looks pretty darn useful at first glance. Keith Ward fills in the details here.

And that's not all that Microsoft's doing on the anti-piracy front this week. Yesterday, it announced the Get Genuine Windows Agreement (GGWA), which allows a one-time chance for businesses to get their Windows XP boxes in compliance -- or else.

Posted by Lee Pender on October 03, 2007 at 11:54 AM


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