Two Singaporean-owned companies in Batam Island suspected to use illegal software

MIS-Asia, 19 Nov 2013
Organisations with overseas businesses should practise good software housekeeping across all their premises, urged the BSA| The Software Alliance.
This advice comes after the recent raid of two Singapore joint venture companies and one Indonesian shipping company in Batam Island for suspected use of illegal software. The crackdown, which took place last Wednesday (13 November 2013), saw the Indonesian police seizing 35 computers and suspected pirated copies of Adobe, Autodesk, McAfee and Microsoft worth US$68,218 in total. Full story
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