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Open Source Group Victoria v. SCO, Part II
Caldera
GNU is Not Unix
Linux Business
Posted by timothy on Sun Feb 22, '04 02:18 PM
from the fightin'-words dept.
Following up on last July's complaint, Elektroschock writes that "The Open Source Group Victoria (OSV) made a second complaint to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). In a similar case in Germany SCO Group received an injunction from the court, so SCO never sold Linux licenses in Germany (tarent vs. SCO, district court Munich). Competition police seems to be a strong weapon against SCO-like action."

 

 
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