Company Pays $3.3 Million for Using Pirated Office and Other Software

A single Japanese manufacturer has agreed to pay no less than $3.3 million (315,205,272 Japanese yen) for using pirated software from a variety of companies. The financial penalty is the largest in the history of the Business Software Alliance (BSA), which inked the settlement agreement with the Japanese company which remained unnamed.

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