Unlicensed Software Seized in Bulgaria
On August 4, 2011, the Bulgarian police officials, in cooperation with the Business Software Alliance (BSA) representatives, seized a computer and eight CDs with unlicensed software, during their inspection of M.C. EOOD, a company which operates in the capital of Sofia and sells computers with preinstalled business software.
The BSA, a trade group representing some of the world’s leading software makers, aims to reduce unfair trade practice in the information technology sector by preventing the distribution and use of unlicensed computer programs infringing the rights of its member companies.
For more information, please contact Preslav Penev at our Bulgaria office.
Source: Business Software Alliance (BSA)
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