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CNET News: SCO Shares Glimpses of Alleged IBM Unix Misdeeds

Jul 25, 2006, 21:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)

"A Utah judge dealt the SCO Group a significant blow in June by throwing out more than 180 of the company's specific allegations of IBM programmers moving proprietary Unix code to Linux, or otherwise misbehaving. When SCO fired back last week with a filing that seeks to reverse that decision, it salted its justification with a few instances of IBM actions that SCO believes show its case.

"The instances were taken from material Magistrate Judge Brooke Wells threw out of the case. SCO's claims are sometimes redacted so that crucial quotations aren't visible to those without access to the sealed court records, but SCO attorneys give their versions of events..."

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