BSA Australia offers $20K for using software piracy in exchange
The Business Software Alliance (BSA) of Australia, an organization that brings together the largest software companies in the world, offered an incentive of $ 20,000 Australian (about $20,580 USD) to all workers during this month accuse their companies use pirated software.
While typically offered a reward of $5,000 Australian, this month decided to increase this amount to see if they arrive more encouraging reports of the use of pirated software, without ruling out further that the figure continues to rise.
BSA Vice President Australia, Clayton Noble, said in any case is not reached and accuse the company but also have to provide sufficient evidence to lawyers for the organization to prove the charge legally. An example said that in September 2010, the last time they offered the same reward, received 72 complaints of which only five were eventually proven cases of hacking.
Link: BSA Australia offers $20K to software piracy whistle-blowers DURING July (ComputerWorld)Tags: BSA, complaint, complaints, money, Piracy