WASHINGTON, DC — March 25, 2014 —
BSA | The Software Alliance today welcomed new developments in the debate about needed reforms to US surveillance practices.
“We are encouraged that major proposals are being put forward to reform US surveillance practices. We look forward to studying the details and working closely with the Administration and Congress on measures that will restore trust in the digital economy,” said BSA President and CEO Victoria Espinel. “This issue is critical for the software industry. Recent revelations about NSA programs cannot be allowed to shake the world’s confidence in the technologies that drive today’s economy.”