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BSA slams Digital Britain report

The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has accused the UK governments Digital Britain report of failing to adequately address the threat of software piracy. As report author Lord Carter faces a grilling from MPs over his plans today, the BSA has slammed his lack of attention towards online piracy in particular.

Sarah Coombes, senior director of legal affairs at the BSA, said "While we welcome the Digital Britain report and the Government's growing commitment to the online world, too little attention has been focused on the threat of software piracy."

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