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German Linux lobbying association LinuxTag may seek German court order against SCO due to threats against 1,500 of world's biggest Linux supporters, all businesses, including IBM. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: A German software association threatens to take SCO Group to court if it does not withdraw from a worldwide attack on the open-source operating system. A CNET article by Reuters, . Published on May 28, 2003 6:05 AM PDT.
Group eyes Linux suit against SCO A German software association threatens to take SCO Group to court if it does not withdraw from a worldwide attack on the open-source operating system. The story "Group eyes Linux suit against SCO" published May 28, 2003 at 6:05 AM is no longer available on CNET

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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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HP open source chief Martin Fink says Linux can't stay hobbyist toy if it's to become a leading OS, talks of SCO suit, indemnification, growth, Microsoft, IBM, desktop Linux, Sun, Red Flag. [CNET.com]
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Random Site Quote: HP open-source chief Martin Fink says Linux can't remain a hobbyist's toy if it's to become a leading operating system. A CNET article by Karen Southwick, Staff Writer, CNET News. Published on December 3, 2003 1:00 PM PST.
December 3, 2003 1:00 PM PST For Martin Fink, life is good these days. As vice president in charge of Hewlett-Packard's Linux strategy, Fink says HP's decision to against lawsuits the SCO Group files has been a boon to sales. He also sees HP making inroads with its Linux products against Sun

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Licensing deal formally allies Microsoft with a firm intent on frightening open-source community into submission. DoJ can't accuse Microsoft of harming business Linux users; easier, safer to let SCO do dirty work. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: CNET News.com's Charles Cooper explains why SCO's legal battle against IBM--and to a lesser extent the idea behind open-source development--is music to Steve Ballmer's ears. A CNET article by Charles Cooper. Published on May 30, 2003 4:00 AM PDT.
Microsoft's new Linux gambit Listen closely to what Microsoft is not saying about SCO Group's open-source operetta. Microsoft is not telling corporate managers that the use of open-source applications might land them in hot water with patent attorneys. And Microsoft is not saying that 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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Microsoft connection to anti-Linux campaign being waged by SCO is growing clear. In latest move, Microsoft fuels the battle by licensing SCO Unix patents, source code. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: Open-source activist Bruce Perens uncovers the SCO-Microsoft connection behind a campaign to convince people that trade secrets of Unix have been copied into Linux. A CNET article by Bruce Perens. Published on May 19, 2003 1:00 PM PDT.
The fear war against Linux Microsoft's connection to the anti-Linux campaign being waged by the SCO Group is becoming clear. In the latest move, Microsoft has stepped up the battle with an announced agreement to , describing the deal as a reflection of its "ongoing commitment to respecting

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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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By Charles Cooper. The deeply flawed lawsuit filed against IBM by SCO is a stalking-horse for a deeper struggle between proprietary and open-source software. [CNET News.com]
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Random Site Quote: CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says the lawsuit filed against IBM by SCO is a stalking-horse for a deeper struggle between proprietary and open-source software. A CNET article by Charles Cooper. Published on March 28, 2003 4:00 AM PST.
March 28, 2003 4:00 AM PST Earlier this month, SCO Group sued IBM for allegedly misappropriating SCO's Unix technology and then building it into Linux. The lawyers want to project an image of a small company's valiant battle to protect its own intellectual property against an unscrupulous bully.

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