BSA stung unlicensed UK firms for almost £1m last year

Doug Woodburn
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BSA stung unlicensed UK firms for almost £1m last year

Legalisation costs and damages clawed in by body representing Microsoft, Adobe and Autodesk rose 19 per cent in 2016, but rival body CCL dismisses the amount as a 'rounding error'

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) stung UK firms it caught using unlicensed software for nearly £1m last year - with the total rising by 19 per cent - partly because more disgruntled staff grassed up...

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