Software Piracy Fight Makes Enemies (WashPost)

“An analysis by The Associated Press reveals that targeting small businesses is a lucrative strategy for the Business Software Alliance, the main global copyright-enforcement watchdog for such companies as Microsoft Corp., Adobe Systems Inc. and Symantec Corp. Of the $13 million that the BSA reaped in software violation settlements with North American companies last year, almost 90 percent came from small businesses, the AP found. The BSA amasses most of its bounties from small businesses because they have fewer technological, organizational and legal resources to avoid a run-in….

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