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SCO Code to be Protected in Closed Court
Posted by CmdrTaco on Tue Dec 16, '03 10:50 AM
from the no-shocker-here dept.
An anonymous reader writes "SCO public relations director Blake Stowell today said that the company had secured permission to present the code alleged to have found its way into Linux to a closed court. Once again SCO is refusing to tell Linux users just what code they claim is infringing on their IP rights, while still threatening to sue corporations running Linux."


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