The Economist published a chart which compares the amount of pirated software installed on a PC per country. One of the surprises is the amount of illegal software installed on computers in Iceland:
But when calculated according to the number of computers in each country a different picture emerges. Cash-strapped countries dominate the leader board. In Azerbaijan, which comes out on top, computers are loaded with $262-worth of pirated software on average. But Iceland is the surprise second-placed nation: although software to the tune of $32m is pirated it is spread over only a few computers.