BSA Files Charges against 22 Bosnian Companies Using Unlicensed Software
In March of last year, the Bosnian authorities launched a campaign of increased market inspection with an aim to discover and confiscate illegal software.
As a result of the campaign, the Business Software Alliance (BSA), who assisted the authorities, has filed charges against 22 local companies for using unlicensed software.
The inspection focused on banks, sports betting places and design and architectural studios.
Prepared by: Alma Vilic
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Source: Ekapija.ba — Bosnian business news portal
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