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1 in 4 pieces of software in the UK is unlicensed.

Software piracy is the unauthorised copying or distribution of copyrighted software.
This can be done by copying, downloading, sharing, selling, or installing multiple copies onto personal or work computers. It is illegal, increases security risks and results in economic harm such as loss of jobs and tax revenue.

Frequently Asked Questions

Your name will never be revealed unless required by law. We take all appropriate measures to ensure your confidentiality at all times.

The process is simple. Just fill out this confidential three step piracy reporting form with as much information as you can recall and submit it to BSA. Our investigative team will follow up with you as appropriate and begin their investigation of the target company. Based on your information and our investigation, BSA will then pursue the action that we feel is warranted.

To learn the progress of your report, we ask that you please e-mail us at A BSA | The Software Alliance team member will provide you with the latest information. Please note that the investigative process is very thorough and can take several months for significant developments.

A reward of up to £10,000 is available for every report the BSA successfully concludes with a judgment or settlement. The reward is valued at 10% of the damages up to a maximum of £10,000. If you want to claim this reward you will need to supply us with your name and contact details. Confidentiality is still assured. BSA only provides rewards in relation to reports concerning piracy of its member company products within businesses (referred to as end-user).

A reward will be paid only if BSA pursues an investigation and, as a direct result of the information provided by you, receives a monetary settlement from the reported organization. This process could take several months. If the reward requirements have been met, then BSA will consider you for a reward payment.