Nike accused of pirating software after being caught with cracked keys
An IT company is suing Nike for violating its software licensing agreement (SLA). It claims an audit determined the athletic apparel behemoth was using pirated software and cracked keys. It looks like Nike doesn’t have as big a problem with ‘knockoffs’ as it’s led us all to believe. The plaintiff in the upcoming California court case is Quest, a prominent database development company that provides a myriad of services for businesses. It sold software to Nike, which it alleges agreed to a SLA. Nike is accused of making illegal copies of that software, and of downloading and using illegally cracked… This story continues at The Next Web
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