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SCO warned firms that using Linux may cause them legal trouble, then shut down its whole German web site after Linux advocacy group LinuxTag obtains temporary restraining German court order. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: SCO Group, which has warned companies that using Linux could get them in legal trouble, shuts down its German Web site after a Linux advocacy group obtained a restraining order. A CNET article by Stephen Shankland, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on June 3, 2003 9:25 PM PDT.
Legal action hits SCO Web site SCO Group, the company that has warned major companies that using Linux could get them in legal trouble, has shut down its German Web site after a Linux advocacy group in the country obtained a restraining order. , the German Linux group, told SCO on May 23 that the

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Lindows.com tried to distance itself from tumult SCO began over Linux. Firm makes consumer-friendly Linux, said it fielded some questions on effects of recent SCO actions and there are no issues with SCO. [ZDNet UK]
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Random Site Quote: Lindows.com on Thursday sought to distance itself from the legal tumult that SCO Group has set in motion over the Linux operating system. The...
Lindows keeps quiet as SCO battle rages Lindows.com on Thursday sought to distance itself from the legal tumult that SCO Group has set in motion over the Linux operating system. The company, which makes a consumer-friendly version of Linux, said that it had "fielded some questions" about the

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Random Site Quote: The software giant will license the rights to Unix technology from SCO Group, a move that could dramatically impact the battle between Windows and Linux. A CNET article by Scott Ard, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on May 18, 2003 10:45 PM PDT.
May 18, 2003 10:45 PM PDT Microsoft to license Unix code Microsoft will license the rights to Unix technology from SCO Group, a move that could impact the battle between Windows and Linux in the market for computer operating systems. According to a statement from Microsoft, the company will

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Licensing rights to Unix technology from SCO lends heavyweight backing to SCO intellectual property claims and helps Microsoft fight Linux, a growing market threat to Windows, analysts say. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: A licensing deal with the SCO Group lends heavyweight backing to Unix intellectual-property claims, and helps Microsoft combat Linux, a growing threat to the software giant. A CNET article by Martin LaMonica and Mike Ricciuti, Staff Writers, CNET News. Published on May 19, 2003 11:32 AM PDT.
May 19, 2003 11:32 AM PDT Microsoft sends message with Unix deal Microsoft's licensing of rights to Unix technology from the SCO Group lends heavyweight backing to SCO's intellectual-property claims and helps Microsoft combat Linux, a growing marketplace threat to its operating system, analysts

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Found contract clause may aid potential legal claims against Linux users; SCO said 1996 amendment to contract by which Novell sold many of its Unix assets appears to give SCO claim to some Unix copyrights. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: SCO Group discovers a clause in a contract that it says could bolster its potential legal claims against Linux users. A CNET article by Stephen Shankland, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on June 5, 2003 8:55 PM PDT.
SCO says clause bolsters Linux claim SCO Group on Thursday discovered a clause in a contract that could bolster its potential legal claims against Linux users. The company said it has uncovered a 1996 amendment to the contract under which Novell sold many of its Unix assets--which appears to give

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A 1995 contract sheds light on conflicting Unix ownership claims by Novell and SCO, SCO gets broad rights to Unix, but Novell keeps copyrights, patents. Agreement called murky. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: A 1995 contract obtained by CNET News.com shows SCO Group receiving broad rights to the Unix operating system but Novell retaining copyrights and patents. A CNET article by Stephen Shankland, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on June 4, 2003 3:01 PM PDT.
Contract illuminates Novell-SCO spat A 1995 contract sheds light on the conflicting Unix ownership claims by Novell and SCO Group, with SCO receiving broad rights to the operating system but Novell retaining copyrights and patents. According to a copy of the contract obtained by CNET News.com,

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It says its $1 billion lawsuit will be costly and may have unintended effects that may harm their business: legal fees may rise greatly, revenue from joint ventures with IBM and partners may fall, IBM may have customers shun SCO products. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: The company says its billion-dollar lawsuit alleging that IBM misappropriated trade secrets will be costly and could have other consequences. A CNET article by Stephen Shankland, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on March 31, 2003 3:53 PM PST.
March 31, 2003 3:53 PM PST SCO warns of IBM lawsuit risks SCO Group warned in a regulatory filing that its billion-dollar lawsuit alleging that IBM misappropriated trade secrets will be costly and could alienate others in the computing industry. "Unintended consequences of our lawsuit against IBM

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SCO, firm embroiled in legal actions with Linux and Unix, announces $50 million investment by BayStar Capital, a reversal of plans it stated in May; will use funds for software development, legal and licensing costs. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: SCO Group, the company embroiled in legal action around Linux and Unix, announces a $50 million investment by BayStar Capital, marking a reversal of plans it discussed in May. A CNET article by Stephen Shankland, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on October 16, 2003 6:05 PM PDT.
October 16, 2003 6:05 PM PDT SCO gets $50 million investment SCO Group, the company embroiled in legal action around Linux and Unix, announced a $50 million investment by BayStar Capital on Thursday, marking a reversal of plans it discussed in May. Get the latest headlines and company-specific

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Responding to part of story by CBS Marketwatch that caused intense criticism from Linux community, McBride said targeting Torvalds is unlikely. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: SCO Group Chief Executive Darl McBride says a published report that his company may take legal action against Linux founder Linus Torvalds is overstated. A CNET article by Stephen Shankland, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on May 29, 2003 12:34 PM PDT.
May 29, 2003 12:34 PM PDT SCO: Threat to Torvalds overstated SCO Group Chief Executive Darl McBride said a published report that his company may take legal action against Linux founder Linus Torvalds was overstated. Responding to a portion of a Wednesday story by CBS Marketwatch that has

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Agreement with SCO protects Linux seller SuSE from legal action from SCO accusation that Unix software is copied in Linux; has joint development agreement with appropriate cross-licensing arrangements. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: An agreement with SCO Group protects Linux seller SuSE from legal action stemming from SCO's accusation that Unix software was copied into Linux, SuSE says. A CNET article by Stephen Shankland, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on May 4, 2003 6:30 PM PDT.
SuSE sheltered by SCO pact An agreement with SCO Group protects Linux seller SuSE from legal action stemming from SCO's accusation that Unix software was copied into Linux, SuSE said. "We have a joint development agreement with them, which includes appropriate cross-licensing arrangements," said

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