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OSDL Releases New Paper on SCO's Claims
Caldera
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Posted by simoniker on Mon Nov 24, '03 05:23 PM
from the rapidly-approaching-infinity dept.
Ridgelift writes "The Open Source Development Labs have released a paper entitled SCO: Without Fear and Without Research [PDF, HTML version at the FSF] where Eben Moglen debunks SCO's claims to copyright infringement, and also discusses how they contradict themselves by citing that the GPL is both invalid and provides them legal protection. More information at the OSDL site and via an Internet.com article."

 

 
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