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Groklaw: SCO's Memo in Opposition to DC's Motion to Dismiss

Jun 29, 2004, 19:00 (3 Talkback[s])
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"As you can imagine, SCO has to dance mighty fast to make it seem like DaimlerChrysler's not answering their certification letter as fast as they unilaterally demanded caused SCO serious damage. Why, they say in mock indignation, should such conduct spread to licensees around the world, there's no telling how many of them SCO will be 'forced' to sue. It's hilarious--unless you are DaimlerChrysler, of course, poor things, who must feel like they've fallen down the rabbit hole.

"It highlights an important issue. SCO has accused Novell of costing them business by raising doubts about their ownership of copyrights on UNIX. That isn't SCO's real problem. No one can read this document and not understand why any company in its right mind would think twice before entering a business relationship with a company that treats its customers like this. That's the real reason everyone is running screaming for the exits. Who wants to deal with Jauvert...?"

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