BSA tackles Rugby-based power company over unlicensed software

Sooraj Shah
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Converteam UK has to pay out more than £8,000

Power conversion company Converteam UK has had to pay more than £8,000 after using unlicensed software. The firm, based in Rugby, was using unlicensed software products published by Adobe and Microsoft...

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