Piracy Partners in Preventing Software Piracy
Borland works with several organizations around the world to prevent software piracy. These organizations act as industry gatekeepers to identify and prosecute offenders, create legislation to protect software manufacturers, provide tools to identify unlicensed software, and provide useful information to help organizations stay compliant.
Borland is a member of the Business Software Alliance (BSA), a global organization formed to advance free and open world transfer for legitimate software by advocating strong intellectual property protection. The BSA represents leading software and e-commerce developers in 65 countries. For more information about the BSA or to report software piracy, visit the BSA website at www.bsa.org.
The Canadian Alliance Against Software Theft (CAAST) is an industry alliance of software manufacturers that share the common goal of reducing software piracy. CAAST provides educational information to corporations, consumers, academic institutions, and resellers about software theft and its implications. CAAST works with BSA. For more information about CAAST or to report software piracy, vist the CAAST website at www.caast.com or call the hotline (from Canada only) at 800-263-9700.
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) is a trade association for the software and digital content industry. SIIA offers global services in business development, government relations, corporate education and intellectual property protection to companies, and advocates a legal and regulatory environment that benefits the entire industry. For more information about SIIA or to report software piracy, visit the SIIA Web site at www.siia.net.