"The SCO Group plans to announce today that it is escalating its
campaign to collect license fees from corporations using the Linux
operating system, with warning letters to the companies. Supporters
of Linux, including I.B.M. and other companies, say that SCO's
interpretation of its claim over Linux is exaggerated...
"The new letters, signed by Ryan E. Tibbitts, SCO's general
counsel, name more than 65 programming files that 'have been copied
verbatim from our copyrighted Unix code base and contributed to
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