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OSRM Declares Linux Free of Copyright Violations
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Posted by timothy on Mon Apr 19, '04 07:53 PM
from the but-they-don't-get-to-end-the-whole-circus dept.
tmu writes "According to a recent press release, the Linux 2.4 and 2.6 kernels are free of any code that violate copyrights. OSRM, the new startup formed by Daniel Egger and including groklaw founder Pamela Jones, completed a 6-month review of all code in both kernels. They must be pretty confident of the results, because they're offering product liability insurance to both developers and users."


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