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Watts Copy settles allegations of unlicensed software use

The State Journal-Register -

Watts Copy Systems Inc. has agreed to pay $187,000 to settle claims that the business used unlicensed copies of Microsoft and Adobe software, according to the Business Software Alliance.

Kari Allen, corporate secretary and treasurer for the Springfield-based company, confirmed Friday that a settlement had been reached, but declined further comment... Read Full Story >>

http://www.sj-r.com/top-stories/x503108508/Watts-Copy-settles-allegations-of-unlicensed-software-use

3/9/2012
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