Reward for dobbing in pirates quadruples to $20,000 
After Microsoft also starts anti-piracy campaign.
Victorian IT firm whacked $72,000 for piracy 
Joins eight companies caught this year.
Seven more businesses stung for piracy this year 
Illegal software costs Victorian architectural firm $118,000 
What will you do when the BSA comes for you? 
How the software industry views piracy.
10 things we learned this week 
Adobe and Game of Thrones have something in common.
Caught out: business pays $65,000 for piracy 
10 things we learned this week  
Envelopes stuffed with $10k and going back to school.
Queensland manufacturer slugged for software piracy 
Yet another case of unlicensed Autodesk AutoCAD.
Aussie plastic maker forced to pay $50k for software theft 
Anti-piracy group wants more IT manager dobbers 
BSA wins $150,000 in software piracy case 
The pain of software audits 
What to do when vendors come knocking at your door.
'Phoenix' burned in $100k software copyright bust 
Those singed unlikely to again infringe, says BSA.
BSA warns Aussie businesses about software piracy ‘can of worms’ 
The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is urging Australian IT managers to better examine their security policies and software assets to make sure they aren’t sitting on a ...
BSA study reveals Aussie software piracy slightly down 
Results of a study by the Business Software Alliance (BSA) signal that PC software piracy in Australia has fallen one percentage point in 2007.
BSA settles largest piracy case to date 
Global settlement with international media firm follows year-longinvestigation
Piracy reduction could boost revenues by $4.7B 
A software piracy reduction of up to 22 percent by 2009 could boost local industry revenues by $4.7 billion and create 10,000 new jobs, according to a study conducted by IDC ...
Pirates, ISPs hamper local software industry: BSA 
A global anti-piracy lobby group has claimed that bringing down software piracy would boost local software development and that local ISPs should be roped into stopping online ...
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Issue: 347 | March 2016

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.