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Alliance acts on risky software

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) today launched a UK initiative aimed at stemming the rise of pirated software being sold through the channel.
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Written by Arif Mohamed, Contributor on

Backed by Microsoft, Novell and Lotus, the programme will issue dealers with a pack comprising a code of ethics certificate for vendors, and brochures for customers on the risks and penalties of using illegal software.

The BSA can be contacted by telephone on 0800-510510.

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