I´m not acctualy blaming the country, but when you are making a new business plan, you have to consider seriously your country, market, language and technology strenghts and weakness.
Based on the weakness, you have to find solutions. It's as simple as that.
Brazil has a big open source community: that´s nice, but it's not the point now. In fact my company work with open source contracts, but now I have a contract which is not open source, and I want to protect it.
I´ve wrote "(in a country with no laws)" because most discussion about it I've seen end up with: "Make good contracts and you are safe".
Diego de Lima
In reply to Re^2: Hiding source code (in a country with no laws)