Software piracy stories
BSA settles $347,000 in damages against Australian firms that used unlicensed software
BSA's piracy fight nets $347k from Aussie firms; warns of data breach risks with unlicensed software.
Aussie reseller to pay nearly $1m in damages for Microsoft piracy
An Aussie reseller has been ordered to pay Microsoft nearly $1 million in damages for selling pirated software, with further cases likely.
Aussie company fined for using unlicensed software
Software advocate BSA has imposed damages of $100,000 on a West Australian metal works company for using unlicensed software.
Radical approach by Microsoft NZ opens up refurbished market
Kiwi resellers are jumping on board a Microsoft initiative which enables them to get Windows OEM software at half price for refurbished computers.
Microsoft raids reseller
Pirated copies of Windows and Office have been confiscated after Microsoft and UAE authorities raid a city reseller.