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SCO Seeks Licenses Down Under
Caldera
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Posted by timothy on Wed Mar 24, '04 02:52 AM
from the whatcha-eatin'-under-there dept.
WildCode writes "SCO is now targeting Aussies in its continuing Linux licence saga. According to the story, one Aussie organization has already signed up for the licence. The ACCC has no comment at this time but this certainly puts a twist on things as the ACCC were waiting for the results of the lawsuits in the U.S. before making any judgement. Personally I think its time for the ACCC to say to SCO 'wait for the U.S outcomes before taking action here.'" An anonymous reader points to another story at internetnews.com.

 

 
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