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Architectural practice Metrowell, which is based in Croydon, has been fined £1,000 for using unlicensed software. The company is one of eight organizations which have been investigated by the Business Software Alliance, which has resulted in fines totalling £80,000. The heaviest punishment went to asset management firm Frazier International, which has paid out £40,000. This week has been named 'Sweeps Week'by the BSA, part of an international effort to crack down on pirated ...

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