A recent survey from the Business Software Alliance (BSA) found that Canada has one of the lowest software piracy rates in the world, the group announced on Thursday. In the report, the BSA said Canada holds the 29th position on its list of 32 countries, with a 29 per cent piracy rate. France, Germany and South Africa then followed Canada taking the bottom positions with the lowest rates of piracy, the BSA said. According to the survey, only seven per cent of Canadians “always” obtained software through illegal means and that 20 per cent of Canadians admitted that they “mostly” obtained software illegally. The report entitled “Global Survey of PC Attitudes 2010-2011,” said that the most repeat software piracy offenders were found in China, Nigeria, Vietnam, the Ukraine and Malaysia. The United States ranked 22.