Groklaw: Cross Your Heart and Hope to Die, SCO?
Dec 02, 2003, 15:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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"In its Supplemental Responses to IBM's Second Interrogatories
and Second Requests for Documents, SCO gave this answer:
"'Insofar as this interrogatory seeks information as to whether
plaintiff has ever distributed the code in question or otherwise
made it available to the public, SCO has never authorized, approved
or knowingly released any part of the subject code that contains or
may contain its confidential and proprietary information and/or
trade secrets for inclusion in any Linux kernel or as part of any
"Cross your heart and hope to die, SCO? Or cross your fingers
behind your back? Let's see what the evidence shows..."