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SCO To Counter Groklaw With 'Fair' Coverage
The Courts
Posted by timothy on Wed Oct 13, '04 02:14 PM
from the whiplash-backlash dept.
linuxwrangler writes "Tired of being 'flamed, dissected and dismissed' on Groklaw, SCO has decided to fight back. SCO's site, scheduled for launch on November 1, will be called prosco.net. Just yesterday SCO CEO and favorite /. whipping-boy Darl McBride gave a speech comparing the software industry to the 'wild west' and warning companies that they must protect their intellectual property or risk being 'sacked by open source-touting bandits.'"


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