Preventing software piracy

Branscum, Deborah
September 1993
Macworld;Sep93, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p235
Reports on the actions taken by the Software Publishers Association (SPA) against computer software pirates. Corporations as targets; Legitimizing company software; Recommendations; SPA actions' results; The Software Management Guide. INSET: Service heroes..


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