Computerworld Australia: SCO Faces AUUG Anger, Claims Linux Users Still Liable
Sep 04, 2003, 16:00 (12 Talkback[s])
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"Less than one week after SCO allegedly stated it had no plans
to take action against commercial Linux users, the company's
Australia and New Zealand managing director Kieran O'Shaughnessy
has reignited the threat.
"Speaking as part of a panel session at the Australian Unix
Users Group (AUUG) annual conference in Sydney yesterday,
O'Shaughnessy faced a hostile audience, including FreeBSD developer
and AUUG president Greg Lehey.
"At the event O'Shaughnessy was forced to admit the legal threat
against Linux users remained..."