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CEOs target of new BSAA campaign
- — 21 October, 1999 21:49
Chief executive officers and chief information officers are the target of a new anti-piracy education campaign by the Business Software Association of Australia (BSAA).
The BSAA will be conducting seminars, conferences and mail-outs to educate the higher levels of business about the issues of software piracy and the directors' liability under the Copyright Act, says a statement. "Our aim is to ensure company directors realise that, under the Copyright Act, they can be personally liable for any illegal copying and use of software in their company, whether it is conducted knowingly or otherwise," said Jim Macnamara, BSAA chairman.
A similar campaign has the graphic design, publishing and CAD industries, set in its sights.