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SCO's Biggest Investor Admits It Loves IP Lawsuits
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Posted by timothy on Sat Apr 24, '04 08:26 AM
from the and-even-baystar-isn't-happy-with-sco dept.
Roblimo writes "A Baystar Capital spokesperson has finally admitted, directly and on the record to NewsForge reporter Chris Preimesberger, that they believe SCO's only viable asset is the potential proceeds of lawsuits against Linux users and vendors. 'We're looking for the best return we can, and we think the focus should be on IP licensing (and enforcement),' said BayStar spokesman Bob McGrath."

 

 
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