BSA increases Software Piracy Reward to RM50,000 till End April
16 March 2015 | Source: Bernama
PUTRAJAYA, March 16 (Bernama) -- The Software Alliance (BSA) has increased its software piracy reward from RM20,000 to RM50,000 for a limited period (end of April), in an effort to support the government's software piracy efforts in the country.

"I encourage anyone with such information to make that call today," said BSA's Senior Director of Enforcement for Asia Pacific, Tarun Sawney, in a statement today.

He added that all calls to the BSA anti-piracy hotline at 1-800-887-800 or reports to the BSA website at would be treated with the strictest of confidence.

Sawney said Malaysia's software piracy rate in 2013 was rated at its lowest ever at 54 percent.


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