"The SCO Group has backed off a plan to send invoices to
corporate users in order to prod them into buying licenses for
their use of Linux, an operating system the company argues violates
its Unix intellectual property.
"In addition, the Lindon, Utah-based company has extended until
Oct. 31 a deadline after which it planned to double prices for the
Linux license. Previously, the company had said the prices would
"'The executives have said we haven't had to do it yet,' SCO
spokesman Blake Stowell said of the invoice plan. 'They're happy
with progress in the licensing program...'"
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