BSA program pays you to ‘nail your boss’

The Business Software Alliance has launched a campaign to fight software piracy in London that is offering about $32,000 to people who alert the BSA when their bosses use pirated software.

According to research supported by the BSA, the campaign, called the “Nail Your Boss” program, is expected to be a success.  This research found that 40% of London workers are potentially willing to report their boss to the BSA in exchange for a financial reward.

The Business Software Alliance is made up of about 80 leading software companies, including Microsoft and Apple.


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