BSA settles $347000 in damages against Australian firms that used unlicensed software

March 12, 2018

Global software industry advocate BSA | The Software Alliance is warning Australian organisations to be mindful of the security risks involved with using unlicensed software after it settled with a record number of infringement settlements last year. A total of 28 case settlements for the use of unlicensed ...



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