Atlassian joins BSA as latest global member
Working with the advocacy group, the Sydney-headquartered company is expected to help “shape the agenda on public policies that drive the digital economy”, according to BSA.
“The software landscape has changed dramatically since Atlassian was founded over 17 years ago. There’s a lot of work needed to ensure that today’s policies reflect the evolving digital economy,” Atlassian General Counsel Erika Fisher said.
“Our membership with BSA will help Atlassian move the needle on digital policy issues,” Fisher added.
“We look forward to their partnership as we advocate on global policy issues including privacy, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and cross-border data flows,” BSA |The Software Alliance CEO and President Victoria Espinel said.
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