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#Your company has 25 licenses for a computer program, but you discover that it has been copied onto 80 computers. You informed your supervisor, but he/she is not willing to take any action. What would you do next?
Give up; you did your best to correct the problem
Call the software vendor and report the offense
Quit your job
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