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Slashdot Items Tagged "bsa"

Date / TimeStory
Tuesday May 28, 2013 @10:34AM BSA Study Demonstrates Open Source's Economic Advantage
Wednesday February 20, 2013 @11:14AM Oracle, Microsoft, BSA, Scott McNeally, and others all gang up against Google
Sunday June 03, 2012 @10:27AM Why the GPL Licensing Cops Are the Good Guys
Saturday June 02, 2012 @03:14PM Why the GPL licensing cops are the good guys
Monday May 21, 2012 @08:51PM BSA Claims Half of PC Users Are Pirates
Thursday March 15, 2012 @04:57PM Crying Foul At the BSA's "Nauseating" Anti-Piracy Tactics
Tuesday December 06, 2011 @04:32AM Kaspersky Quits BSA Over SOPA Support
Tuesday November 22, 2011 @10:20AM Viacom's SOPA/PIPA Pitch Video, Annotated
Thursday March 24, 2011 @06:49AM Croatia issues a jailterm for unlicensed Windows
Tuesday March 01, 2011 @06:02PM Lobbyists Attack UK Open Standards Policy
Tuesday March 01, 2011 @04:29PM Lobbyists attack UK open standards policy
Sunday September 12, 2010 @09:01AM Microsoft Complaints Help Russian Gov't Pursue Political Opposition Groups
Tuesday May 11, 2010 @03:02PM BSA Says Software Theft Exceeded $51B In 2009
Saturday November 14, 2009 @08:15AM Software Piracy At the Workplace?
Tuesday October 13, 2009 @12:52AM BSA Says 41% of Software On Personal Computers Is Pirated
Tuesday August 18, 2009 @03:06PM Why the BSA Is Less Reviled Than the RIAA
Thursday July 24, 2008 @03:20PM Flaws In a BSA Software Piracy Report?
Thursday April 03, 2008 @11:31AM Upgrade Trick Still Present In Vista SP1
Tuesday November 27, 2007 @12:35PM BSA Software Piracy Fight Smacks of RIAA Crackdown
Tuesday January 30, 2007 @09:43AM Microsoft to Get Tough on License Dodgers
Wednesday January 24, 2007 @02:27AM One In Five Windows Installs Is Non-Genuine
Saturday October 21, 2006 @06:54AM Boy Scouts Introduce Merit Badge For Not Pirating
Monday May 29, 2006 @06:04AM BSA Claims 35% of Software is Pirated
Friday April 07, 2006 @04:44PM Former BSA VP Confirmed as Tech Undersecretary

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