Sunday, March 09, 2003

Behold the majesty of the law:

A company called the Santa Cruz Operation (SCO) is suing IBM for misuse of SCO's intellectual property, related to IBM's use of Linux. They don't cite any particular software which IBM supposedly stole; the claim is literally that IBM couldn't have created software which is "adequate for enterprise use" without stealing from SCO.

When SCO was founded, in 1979, IBM had been creating software for enterprise use for at least twenty years.

This oughta be fun...


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