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SCO Files Suit Against Novell Over System V Ownership
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Posted by michael on Tue Jan 20, '04 04:35 PM
from the send-lawyers-guns-and-money dept.
nadamsieee writes "Yahoo! Finance is carrying a press release from SCO that details a new lawsuit against Novell for "Slander of Title". It looks like SCO has finally ditched their failing product line in favor of 24/7 litigation and PR work." To recap: Novell and SCO have a lengthy correspondence over the meaning of the contract between the two companies, Novell registers a claim with the U.S. copyright office over the code in dispute, SCO files this suit in response. Update: 01/20 23:04 GMT by M: SCO has placed their complaint (pdf) online.

 

 
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