Software piracy police want to `Nail Your Boss'

Prenon, Mary T.
November 1996
Fairfield County Business Journal;11/11/96, Vol. 35 Issue 46, p2
Reports on Business Software Alliance's (BSA) utilization of `Nail Your Boss-Report Software Piracy' as campaign to eradicate software piracy in the United States. Target and focus of the campaign; BSA's procedures in handling the campaign operation; Places involve in the piracy.


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