"The Free Software Foundation (FSF) and the General Public
License (GPL), the great enabler of the open source movement, were
sued last Thursday for restraint of trade under the Clayton
Antitrust Act (15 US Code Section 26) in the US District Court for
the Southern District of Indiana.
"The pro se suit, filed by physicist, computer programmer and
Groklaw gadfly Daniel Wallace, charges that the GPL 'contract
licensing scheme' artificially fixes software prices..."
Groklaw: Mo' MOG Mistakes & Larry Rosen on Daniel Wallace's
Anti-GPL Lawsuit: 'It's Bunk.'
"I think the Register needs to do an expose of journalists and
their errors and poor fact-checking when writing about legal news.
Of course, they should start with themselves, and then I propose
they take a look at The Collected Works of Maureen O'Gara.
"There is a new specimen today, in which she announces an
Indiana lawsuit, brought pro se by Daniel Wallace against the FSF.
He would like the GPL outlawed for price fixing or something like
that. Ms. O'Gara styles him a 'Groklaw gadfly,' but as usual, she
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