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Australias rate of illegal software use reduced one point to 31 percent in 2005, while its global ranking remained at 14th, well behind the US, New Zealand, UK and Scandinavia.
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A reduction in unlicensed software use could boost Australias economy by creating new jobs and business opportunities that would generate billions of dollars in new spending and tax revenues, according to an economic impact study released today by the glo
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CLA Trading Pty Ltd, trading as Europcar, has paid $200,000 in settlement of a claim made by the Business Software Association of Australia for use of unlicensed software one of the largest settlements for corporate software licence breaches in Australia
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Sixty-five per cent of companies and organisations do not know whether employees have downloaded or made illegal copies of software and around half (46%) do not have clear policies on Internet downloading and software use, according to research by the Bus
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Australias rate of software piracy continues to remain high relative to other developed countries and shows no sign of falling, according to an international study released by the Business Software Alliance (BSA)
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Introduction of the US Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act and the Copyright Legislation Amendment Act of 2004 from 1 January 2005 means that unlicensed software use in businesses is now a criminal offence for the first time, carrying major penalties
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An Australian provider of specialised IT services to the legal profession and government has settled a claim of alleged use of unlicensed software with the Business Software Association of Australia (BSAA). Under the terms of the settlement, E-Law Austra
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Internet bargain hunters should be wary of unsolicited e-mail offers and Web sites touting offers that seem too good to be true this Christmas holiday season to avoid becoming victims of scams, the Business Software Association of Australia has warned tod
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Thirty one percent of the software installed on computers in Australia was pirated in 2003, representing a loss of US$341m, according to the findings of a global software piracy study released today by the Business Software Alliance, the international ass
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The Business Software Alliance (BSA) today announced the appointment of Seow Hiong Goh as Director of Software Policy for Asia.
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