WASHINGTON, D.C. - Just prior to Congress's August recess exit, the Business Software Alliance notched a few legislative victories. One was the Senate's ratification of the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime. The other was the introduction of a patent reform bill similar to House legislation meeting with BSA approval.
But for BSA--a technology trade group representing the likes of Apple Computer, Microsoft and SAP--a truly noteworthy moment came a year ago last summer. Then, BSA chief Robert Holleyman had one of the more pleasant encounters that a Beltway lobbyist can hope for.Full story at Forbes.com