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SCO: We Never Knowingly Released Code Under the GPL. PJ: Did Too

Jul 13, 2007, 15:45 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Pamela Jones)

"SCO seems to have started something, when, after releasing software under the GPL for years, it now claims it never knowingly did so. As you know, Microsoft has now declared its GPL-virginity as well.

"Methinks their lawyer doth protest too much, but now that it's becoming so trendy to disown one's previously assumed legal responsibilities, may I forthwith state for the record that I hereby declare that I am not a party to the Microsoft EULA, and none of my actions, such as opening the cellophane wrapper, and then installing and using the software after clicking I Agree, are to be misinterpreted as me accepting status as a contracting party of Microsoft's or assuming any legal obligations under such a EULA...?"

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