The above link is a short article from economist.com about piracy. It includes some examples of how piracy, whilst in many cases almost impossible to stop, can be turned around. Of particular interest was a case of pirated GM soya bean. The widespread use of the pirated version apparently helped persuade a reluctant Brazilian government to grant approval for their legitimate use – thus opening up a previously closed market for the rights owners Monsanto.
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