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ZDNet: SCO: Finally, An Opportunity to Judge for Yourself

Nov 03, 2005, 23:30 (12 Talkback[s])
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"There's something in SCO's most recent press releases and court filings that lets us, finally, check out some of the facts for ourselves.

"Remember, however, that the basic claim is simply that IBM allowed some of its people to use their access to, or knowledge of, contractually protected Unix source code (included covered derivitive works) as part of their contributions to Linux. Beyond that, everything else you've read on groklaw and elsewhere is fundamentally immaterial--not because it hasn't seriously damaged SCO's prospects for staying in business or had a negative effect on the Linux community, but because it really doesn't have anything to do with the fundamentals of the case..."

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