Tehran, May 11, Taliya News - Not abiding by the International Copyright Laws leads to lack of security for Iranian firms innovations, and as a result to country's IT backwardness.
Faculty member at Sharif University Advanced ICT Center made the comment at an interview with ILNA, further reiterating, "Not abiding by the Copyright in Iran has led to a situation in which only a very limited number of individuals and firms dare to produce basic software."
He added, "That is because after the presentation of the software to the market it takes maximum 48 hours for the hackers to break its security locks, which leads to the bankruptcy of the product's creators."
Pointing out the negative effects of violating the Copyright Laws in Iran, he reiterated, "This phenomenon leads to emergence of the feeling of lack of security for the talented individuals, the loss of expert manpower of the country, and waste of time and energy of the investors in the field."
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