BSA offers £10,000 bounty for UK software pirates

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is offering a £10,000 (approximately $14,500) reward for information that helps catch companies guilty of usingcounterfeit software in the UK, the organization said Thursday.The BSA claims that software piracy is rife among businesses inthe UK and hopes that the reward will prompt employees toinform on crooked firms.

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is offering a £10,000 (approximately $14,500) reward for information that helps catch companies guilty of using counterfeit software in the UK, the organization said Thursday.

The BSA claims that software piracy is rife among businesses in the UK and hopes that the reward will prompt employees to inform on crooked firms. Full story. -- Will Knight, ZDNet UK

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