In the absence of any professional body that can impose ethical standards of behavior, a lawless attitude to intellectual property continues to dominate revenue assurance.
A new YouTube video has taken plagiarism to a surreal level, by using a computer to read out the marketing description of a revenue assurance book.
A widely-shared revenue assurance slide pack that infringes copyright was taken off the web, but is now back again.
There is a revenue assurance book that is so terrible that its cover is literally a bad copy of the cover of another terrible revenue assurance book.
If we want revenue assurance to be a profession we must be prepared to sanction intellectual property thieves. This begins with naming and shaming them.
A pack that has been widely shared on LinkedIn demonstrates how blatant copyright infringement is destroying the incentive for innovation.