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eWeek: SCO Group On the Licensing Warpath?

Mar 03, 2003, 17:00 (22 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Peter Galli)

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"The SCO Group is believed to be preparing to launch legal action within the next few days against at least one large IT company in the U.S. for unlicensed usage of SCO Unix technologies.

"SCO CEO Darl McBride on Wednesday declined to confirm or deny reports eWEEK has received that SCO is preparing to launch such legal action. But he did confirm that the Lindon, Utah-based firm is expecting to make at least $10 million in revenue in the current financial quarter from its SCOsource licensing initiative.

"SCO, formerly Caldera International Inc., recently created the SCOsource division to create new licensing programs and products for its intellectual property.

"That move followed news last month that the firm was planning to make some users pay for some Unix software they were running, unlicensed, on Linux..."

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