Software piracy fight makes enemies

Monday, 26 November 2007, 11:25 AM EST

Michael Gaertner worried he could lose his company. A group called the Business Software Alliance had written him to claim that his 10-person architectural firm in Galveston, Texas, was using unlicensed software.

The letter demanded $67,000 - most of one year's profit - or else the BSA would seek more in court. "It just scared the hell out of me," Gaertner said.

At AP.

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