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May 26, 1995 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-26

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R EPUBLIC

B 'ASV IT

PIZZA page 55

"We were treated professionally and courteously throughout the
process."
Ivan and Kathy Reimer, Lake Orion, MI

"Very thorough, friendly and helpful. As a first time buyer I had several
questions and Republic was always willing to assist me."
- Susan Ebbing, Royal Oak, MI

"There should be more people around like the people at Republic."
- Lurlene McMillion, Novi, MI

Like everything else about a
Domino's pizza, whether it is
kosher or not is not a matter of ide-
ology, but of shekels and agorot.
According to Mr. Yogev, there is
sufficient demand for a non-kosher
outlet in Jerusalem, both among
those yearning for pepperoni, the
most popular topping in the Unit-
ed States, and for those who would
like to order a pizza on Shabbat.
However, he says, it is impossible
to maintain kosher and non-kosher

outlets in the same city. The brand
confusion would be too great, he
says.
Mr. Yogev says his main com-
petitor is Pizza Hut, even though the
chain's 18 outlets are mostly restau-
rants, with hardly any specializing
in deliveries. In addition, he adds,
there are dozens of independent
pizzerias around the country which
will deliver to one's home. ❑
Haim Shapiro writes for the
Jerusalem Post.

Fighting Piracy
In The Computer Era

LEONARD KUSHNER SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH NEWS

"Excellent service as usual! Thank you."

- Michele Bureau, Walled Lake, MI

"Understanding the financial world and it's processes can be quite
perplexing I was treated with respect. This is our third mortgage with
Republic."
- Renee Koch, Fowleiville, MI

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has a knack of being in the
right place at the right
time. Its product line was
launched as computer users were
becoming increasingly security
conscious, and it went public
while Israeli stocks were still hot
on Wall Street. Now, it is demon-
strating earning power that in-
vestors clearly like.

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is staggering. The Business Soft-
ware Alliance estimates that the
annual cost to developers in lost
revenues is $12 billion, with more
than $2 billion in piracy in the
United States alone, where about
one half of the software programs
in use are pirated.
In Europe the figure is close to
65 percent and in some markets
in Asia, Eastern Europe and

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Founded in 1985, Aladdin was South America, the figure is close
established to develop a method to 95 percent.
Aladdin's products are de-
for preventing software piracy,
that is the illegal or unauthorized signed to counter this rampant
use of computer software. Much piracy.
The company's primary prod-
of the software in use today is
"copied" or borrowed and not pur- uct is a hardware component
called the HASP (Hardware
chased.
This software piracy deprives Against Software Piracy). The
software developers of profitable HASP — a plug that fits between
revenues which compensate for the computer and the printer —
development costs. This in turn contains a unique electronic code
keeps software costs higher than assigned to each software devel-
they would otherwise be and le- oper. The software is also en-
gitimate users end up paying crypted with codes which should
also match those encrypted in the
more.
The extent of software piracy HASP. The software will only run

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