When hearing about organizations involved in software piracy, schools probably wouldn't be the first culprits to come to mind. But for the Chinook school division in southwest Saskatchewan, the issue of software piracy very quickly became front and center, reports the Regina Leader-Post. It all started when the school division received a letter last June from the Business Software Alliance (BSA), an organization that operates on behalf of the software industry to promote safety and legality in the digital marketplace. "We received a letter ... indicating we had some unlicensed programming in one of our schools, and they gave us

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