"SCO Group, which last week took its 'Intellectual Property
License for Linux' worldwide, is hoping to convince sceptical
resellers to implement the scheme without receiving royalties.
"The company expects instead that the threat of legal action for
alleged Unix copyright violation will bring new business to the
resellers and open up further sales opportunities.
"'It is in the best interest of the [SCO] resellers to assure
customers that the software they run their businesses on is clear
from intellectual property infringement,' Blake Stowell, SCO's
director of public relations, told vnunet.com..."
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