London residents eager to turn in their bosses for software piracy can earn £20,000 ($32,000 and double the normal amount) until the end of the year. The Business Software Alliance (BSA) is offering the increased payouts as part of its annual "Nail Your Boss" program.
More information on the BSA latest efforts:
- Business Software Alliance asks Britons to become paid informants (Boing Boing)
- Narc on Your Boss, Get Cool Cash (Wired)
- BSA doubles reward for snitches (AfterDawn)
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