Copyright Board announces one-month amnesty for non-genuine software

Computing

The Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) has announced a month-long amnesty for individuals, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and corporations using non-genuine software, to allow them a chance to purchase or subscribe to licensed software ahead of a planned crackdown.

Making the announcement, Kenya Copyright Board Acting Executive Director Edward Sigei said the amnesty is a proactive effort by the Board to ensure compliance in the use of genuine software to mitigate associated loses and risks.
Read the full story on Standard Digital here: