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ACCC Asks SCO To Explain Themselves
Caldera
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Posted by simoniker on Thu Oct 09, '03 02:01 AM
from the blimey dept.
An anonymous reader writes "The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) governmental organization has issued a request to SCO to provide information regarding complaints filed with it, according to The Age. This deals with issues regarding SCO's IP claims, and statements regarding the need for commercial Linux users to obtain a Unix licence. With any luck, that'll be Slashdot's daily dose of SCO news..."

 

 
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