BSA flags benefits of UK boost in licensed software use
Anti-piracy body claims one per cent rise in licensed software use could provide £2bn GDP boost.
BSA flags widespread use of illegal software by SMBs
Anti-piracy body's research suggests more than half of small businesses have used illegal software.
BSA orders design firm to cough up £3K in unlicensed
Anti-piracy body hits Kyson Design in first sting of 2013.
BSA reaches £11,000 settlement with unlicensed design firm
Anti-piracy body nabs unlicensed Yorkshire firm.
BSA demands tougher penalties for software pirates
Anti-piracy body hits out as global value of illegal software hits $63.4 billion.
Kaspersky quits BSA over US piracy law support
The Russian security company doesn't like the BSA's stance on the US Stop Online Piracy Act.
BSA settles at £29,000 for unlicensed software use
The Salamander Organisation feels the force of the Business Software Alliance for not paying their software licences.
BSA calls for tougher IP theft laws
New BSA report suggests software theft has an economy wide affect and harsher IP penalties are needed.
BSA claws back £6.5 million from EMEA pirates
UK software cheats keelhauled to the tune of £2 million.
UK has sixth lowest pirated software rate
The BSA has called on more work to be done even though the UK has the world's sixth lowest software piracy rate.
BSA doubles piracy reward ahead of Christmas
The Business Software Alliance is offering £20,000 to encourage broke employees to turn their bosses in for software piracy.
War declared on London software pirates
London businesses are using illegal software worth around £149 million each year, according to IDC.
Pirated software costs firms £16 million
Pirated software is not as cheap as it may appears, the Business Software Alliance has warned.
Software police clamp down on UK firms
The global anti-software piracy body has announced the results legal action against UK companies found to be using illegal software.