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Mission Accomplished: SCO Loses, Groklaw Closes

Apr 11, 2011, 19:02 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols)

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"During those years, she was frequently attacked by people who claimed she was an agent for IBM. Her privacy was attacked by so-called journalists. Others claimed, and still claim to this day, that there is no PJ. That's utter nonsense.

"Pamela Jones does exist. I've met her several times and she's a friend. She's also a very private person in her personal life and frankly she doesn't trust SCO, or its friends, as far as she could throw them. Since she's been stalked by them, I can't say that I blame her.

"But, that's all beside the point. While even now the enemies of Linux, open-source software, and the First Amendment try to make this a story about how mysterious Pamela Jones is, the real story is that, thanks in no small part to her efforts, SCO's copyright claims against Linux were rendered moot, and SCO's very claim to own Unix ended up being dismissed."

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