The Salt Lake Tribune: Court Ruling is a Plus for SCO vs. IBM
Jan 20, 2005, 13:45 (10 Talkback[s])
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"A federal magistrate has handed a partial victory to Utah's SCO
Group, ordering computer giant IBM to turn over more of its Linux
operating system-related program codes.
"U.S. Magistrate Brooke Wells' ruling, released just minutes
after Salt Lake City's federal courthouse closed Wednesday, came in
the Lindon software company's contractual suit stemming from Big
Blue's alleged distribution of Linux applications purportedly
tainted with SCO's proprietary Unix code..."
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