Young men surf the internet at a cyber cafe on June 20, 2012 in Kibera slum in  Nairobi. The Kenya government, in a bid to reduce computers software piracy, has moved to abolish tax on genuine software imports in its proposed 2012/2013 budget speech read in parliament last week by Kenya’s finance minister, Njeru Gitahe. The exorbitant prices on genuine software saw over 83 percent of software deployed on personal computers pirated during last year  when the commercial value of unlicensed or pirated software on computers in Eastern and Southern Africa, excluding South Africa, stands at US$108 million. The 83 percent piracy level in this region is almost double the global piracy rate for PC software, which is 42 per cent according to the Business Software Alliance (BSA) 2011 Global Software Piracy Study findings, which evaluates the state of software piracy around the world. AFP PHOTO/Tony KARUMBA        (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/GettyImages)