"It seems that SCO pled the "we didn't see what the US was doing
when it updated the page" defense, but it was told that it used
that excuse once before, so now it must pay a fine to the
complaining company. Here's an incident that happened in 2007, to
refresh your memory. And here's a 2003 offense, for which SCO was
ordered to pay a 10,000 EU fine. Are they incorrigible? Well. Let's
leave that to God. However, the Heise report indicates that they
are at least repeat offenders."
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