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IBM's "Complete Defense" To Any SCO Claim of Copyright Infringement - Transcribers Needed

Jul 13, 2010, 23:38 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Back in 2006, IBM filed a document in the SCO v. IBM litigation that includes five reasons IBM told the court it has what it called "a complete defense" to any SCO claim of copyright infringement, even if SCO had any UNIX copyrights, which a jury in Utah has just ruled it doesn't.

"It talks about ELF, Streams, all the oldies and goodies, the claims that survived Magistrate Judge Brooke Wells's order granting IBM's motion to limit SCO's claims as a sanction. Most of SCO's list of allegedly infringed materials, filed by SCO under seal, was tossed for lack of specificity. It wasn't a long list, in any case, as you will see, judging from IBM's math.

"I just noticed we never did this memorandum as text. Can anyone help by doing an OCR for us, so we can add it to our collection on Groklaw? Before you say yes, it's long, in two parts, IBM's Redacted Memorandum in Support of its Motion for Summary Judgment on its Claim for Declaratory Judgment of Non-infringement (IBM's Tenth Counterclaim}:"

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