Digital piracy is thought to cost the global economy tens of billions of dollar every year, and seven out of ten PC users support intellectual property rights, so it is clear that greater controls in the form of more effective legislation would be the best way to deal with this issue. In 2012 the Business Software Alliance (BSA) published a study that outlined a series of solutions that they believe would help tackle digital piracy. The BSA have advocated for better public education and awareness campaigns, modernising software protections for copyrighted material, but most importantly for strengthening enforcement both legally and by providing better law enforcement mechanisms, i.e. policing. The organisation also highlighted the fact that business decision-makers are more likely to pirate software, and advocate for the business community to lead by example and promote the use of legal software in private and state organisation, contractors and suppliers.