"A Perth-based open source consulting company has told the SCO
Group that unless it details, by February 1, the specifics of what
it claims are IP violations in the Linux kernel, the company would
refer the matter to the appropriate legal authorities.
"Leon Brooks, director of CyberKnights, wrote to Kieran
O'Shaughnessy, the SCO Group's regional general manager, Australia
and New Zealand, yesterday after SCO announced the availablility of
its intellectual property licence in Australia and New Zealand.
"SCO claims that some UNIX code which it owns has been
incorporated into Linux; this is the basis for selling the
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