Ethics of Software Usage Discussed Among High School Students

The Business Software Alliance is making a concerted effort to educate students and teachers on the ethical use of software. Last May at Oakton High School in Vienna, Virginia, BSA met with high-tech industry leaders, educators and US Congressman Tom Davis to discuss the proper use of software.

In conjunction with Scholastic Inc., BSA also unveiled Reboot Your Attitude, a guide distributed nationwide that raises awareness of copyright laws and contains thought-provoking activities for students to use software responsibly. Business Software Alliance, Washington, DC, (202) 872-5500, www.bsa.org.

This article originally appeared in the 09/01/1999 issue of THE Journal.

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