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OPEN-SOURCE SOFTWARE

In 2000, the Business Software Alliance conducted a raid and subsequent audit at the San Luis Obispo, Calif.-based factory that turned up a few dozen unlicensed copies of programs. Ball settled for $65,000, plus $35,000 in legal fees. But by then, the BSA, a trade group that helps enforce copyrights and licensing provisions for major business software makers, had put the company on the evening news and featured it in regional ads warning other businesses to monitor their software licenses. Sterling Ball told his IT department he wanted Microsoft products out of his business within six months. The transition was a breeze, and since then he's been happy to extol the virtues of open-source software to anyone who asks. View the Full Story at http://news.cnet.com/2008-1082_3-5065859.html?tag=lh

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