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SMI Telecoms joins FAST to support IP enforcement

The Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) has announced that SMI Telecoms, a provider of sector-leading software, consultancy and technology-enabled outsourcing, has become its latest member. In joining FAST, SMI Telecoms will help to support its efforts to drive the pro-Intellectual Property (IP) agenda.

FAST addresses the needs of the growing UK software sector with launch of new membership scheme

Access to legal advice, IP valuation and Escrow services form heart of new membership programme

OptiRisk Systems joins fight against IP theft with FAST

OptiRisk Systems, a technology leader in optimisation and risk analytics, has become the latest member of the Federation Against Software Theft (FAST). Working with FAST, OptiRisk will be looking towards FAST to protect its Intellectual Property (IP) and clamp down on licence infringement....

Creative Industries deliver record growth for UK Plc

Market underpinned and powered by software sector

FAST takes ‘Get Software Smart – Stay Legal’ to the South East

Trading Standards campaign to highlight damaging impact of software theft on wider economy

Federation Against Software Theft welcomes increased investment in PIPCU

City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit to gain an additional £3 million in funding

FAST welcomes the implementation of the Intellectual Property Act 2014

The Federation Against Software Theft has welcomed new measures that will modernise the intellectual property (IP) framework that come into force today.

DeskCenter joins FAST to develop UK business

IT life cycle management specialist becomes latest member of industry body

The Federation Against Software Theft (FAST) has today announced that DeskCenter Solutions, an international software vendor...

FAST continues to press government to amend Consumer Rights Bill

Meeting of software legal experts help in Westminster discusses key changes in the IP landscape

FLAG, the Federation Against Software Theft’s (FAST) Legal Advisory Group, held its second meeting of 2014 last night to examine and debate the latest movements in the Intellectual...

The impact of education and enforcement begins to drive down piracy amongst Generation Y

But 40% of young Brits are still downloading illegal content and a quarter state that nothing will deter them

A combined strategy of technology, IP appreciation and ultimately enforcement, are beginning to have an impact on attitudes to software piracy amongst the under 35’s. This...