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Law Professor Examines SCO Case
The Courts
Posted by michael on Thu Jun 26, '03 09:49 AM
from the legal-eagle dept.
An anonymous submitter writes "This law professor from the University of California points out weakness in SCO's legal bluster, and further takes a poke at closed software, for those hungry for more SCO scraps. At the end, he references Slashdot for more info ('itself a demonstration of the power of dispersed individuals working together')."


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