ZDNet UK: Who Stole SCO's Lollipop?
May 15, 2003, 23:00 (10 Talkback[s])
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"Is SCO's decision to send in the lawyers a valid business
decision or a petulant reprisal at the playground bully? At best,
the company appears to have the same grasp of reality as the former
Iraqi information minister
"I hate to say it, but I can't help feeling that SCO is behaving
rather like a belligerent child who has had its lollipop stolen.
You could say that SCO is doing nothing more than protecting its
intellectual property, and doing that in the most obvious way: by
calling in the lawyers. Well, it's the lawyers who tend to lend
that belligerent quality to any argument. It always ends in tears,
and there's never, really, a good excuse..."