Software Piracy

Software Piracy is defined as the unauthorized copying of software. Whenever software is installed on more computers than licenses purchased, it is piracy. If you buy a program through a store, you are allowed to install it on exactly one computer. Buying one copy and using it on more than one computer is piracy, and it is stealing.

Piracy is not limited to software. The same rules apply to pictures, holy cards, movies, music and more.

For further information on software piracy, please visit theĀ Business Software Alliance.