Did SCO Ever Truly Believe It Had the Unix Copyrights?
Aug 13, 2007, 18:00 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Matthew Aslett)
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"Anyone who has been following SCO's legal claims against Linux
may remember the name Mike Anderer. He's the SCO consultant that
emailed SCO's vice president and general manager of SCOsource,
Chris Sontag, revealing a connection between Microsoft and the $50m
invested in SCO by BayStar Capital in October 2003.
"Judge Kimball's recent decision that Novell is the rightful
owner of the Unix copyrights indicates that Anderer was also
involved in assessing the strength of SCO's intellectual property