Software pirating crackdown in D.R

Collins, John
April 1999
Caribbean Business;4/22/1999, Vol. 27 Issue 15, p21
Focuses on the efforts of the Dominican Republic government and the Business Software Alliance to prevent software piracy. Legislative measures adopted by the government to address the problem; Raids performed by the alliance on various firms such as Caribbean Data Services.


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