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Full, uncommented text of original 6 March complaint, by plaintiff Caldera Systems, Inc., d/b/a The SCO Group, versus International Business Machines Corp. [SCO]
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Random Site Quote: HATCH, JAMES & DODGE, P.C. Telephone:  (801) 363-6363 Facsimile:  (801) 363-6666 BOIES, SCHILLER & FLEXNER LLP Telephone:  (914) 749-8200 Facsimile:  (914) 749-8300 Stephen N. Zack (Florida Bar No.  145215) Mark J. Heise ( Florida Bar No. 771090) 100 Southeast Second Street
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Open source leader Eric S. Raymond web page seeking information on how Unix trade secrets were legally nullified in the past.
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Random Site Quote: Demonstrating the nonexistence of Unix trade secrets
You can help stop the SCO attack on IBM and the Linux community. I'm looking for ways that Unix trade secrets may have been legally this suit is groundless. Now I want to know if you have ever had read access to proprietary Unix source code (not just binaries and documentation) under

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Business division managing SCO Unix system intellectual property. Many documents: court filings, complaint excerpts, FAQ, GNU GPL, official letter threatening intellectual property enforcement against all Linux customers.
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Random Site Quote: The SCO Group, Inc. -- Nasdaq: SCOX
Many IT users are concerned about using Linux since they have become aware of the allegations that Linux is an unauthorized derivative work of the UNIX® operating system. Users have come to SCO asking what they can do to continue to run their businesses. SCO has created the SCO source business

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Treats legal aspects of SCO vs. IBM and Linux case: news, extensive analyses, big story archive, hard to find documents, large amounts of carefully researched information, quote database, well used fora. [Creative Commons License]
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Random Site Quote: When you want to know more but don't know where to look. Your contributions keep Groklaw going. Don't have an account yet? Sign up as a The information on Groklaw is not intended to constitute legal advice. PJ is a paralegal, not a lawyer. Even when lawyers write or contribute to articles, it is
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Tries to sort some claims, counterclaims of fact and law, with no negative rhetoric. Focus: legal status of Linux, likelihood SCO will succeed in its efforts; formats: HTML, MS Word. Infrequently Asked Questions too.
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Random Site Quote: with thanks to Gregg Sperling. In recent months, the SCO Group (formerly Caldera) has sought to undermine the viability of Linux, and of open source software generally, through legal action and the threat of legal action. The result has been outrage in the open source community, as reflected in
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By Stephen Leibowitz. The contention that Linux infringes on SCO IP is wrong. Perceptive article covers all main aspects of case, suggests ways Linux community can address these problems.
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Random Site Quote: The purpose of this writing is to express my view on the controversy concerning The SCO Group and the Linux operating system. Like most independent observers, I disagree with SCO’s claims in this area. The next four sections discuss why I think that SCO is wrong. The last section makes
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Regularly updated summary page with indexed links to all of their SCO vs. IBM and Linux related stories. [Computerworld]
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Random Site Quote: SCO was ordered to pay $2.55 million to Novell for collecting Unix licensing revenue from Sun Microsystems Inc. that it wasn't entitled to collect.
Subscribe to our e-mail newsletters For more info on a specific newsletter, click the title. Details will be displayed in a new window. Subscribe to Computerworld 40 years of the most authoritative source of news and information for IT leaders. SCO loses another round in Unix fight, must pay

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