Anti-piracy software royalties cut after complaints

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Anti-piracy software royalties cut after complaints

A group of technology firms has slashed the royalties they want to charge for essential anti-piracy systems after pressure from mobile phone companies, the group said on Wednesday.

The companies, including Sony and Philips Electronics, said they would cut the proposed tariffs for anti-piracy technology by one third to $0.65 per mobile phone or other electronic gadget.

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