Sinking the pirates

March 1999
Director;Mar1999, Vol. 52 Issue 8, p91
Reports on the promise of anti-piracy campaigner, Business Software Alliance, to track down buyers of counterfeit compact discs (CD). Software companies involved in he campaign; Economic costs of piracy.


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