- Big corporate behind one public IP Address (probably not a problem, and would likely show up in their regular "true up" audits)
- Small pirate with big volume registering unauthorized keys like crazy and either selling them somehow, or installing them onto machines in exchange for money.
The saga started when he discovered the license problems with libkvm and start-stop-daemon. "libkvm is a userspace interface to FreeBSD kernel, and it's licensed under the original BSD license, BSD-4 if you want, the one with the nasty advertising clause." start-stop-daemon links to libkvm, but it's licensed under the GPL which is incompatible with the advertising clause. The good new is that the University of California/Berkley has given people permission to drop the advertising clause. The bad news is that libkvm has code from many other sources and each of them needs to give their permission for the license to be changed.
At the moment, development on the Gentoo/FreeBSD is on hold and the downloads have been removed from the Gentoo mirrors."
Considering that Greenpeace will no doubt be panhandling at MacWorld, here's a four step plan for recovering from a Greenpeace brainwashing, following the experience of ArsTechnica's Mary E Tyler
Starting Monday, patrons of the Dallas-based Pizza Patrón chain, which caters heavily to Latinos, will be able to purchase American pizzas with Mexican pesos.