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Submission + - SCO Takes FSF to Court for Invalid IP Licensing (aselabs.com)

An anonymous reader writes: SCO's decided to post-pone their death by attacking everyone else that might know where the code actually came from, in this case, RMS and the FSF. at least you can't blame them for a pump and dump, this is the throw-your-own-sith-lord-into-the-reactor-getting- mortally-wounded-in-the-process technique. I wonder what the legal term for that is?
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SCO Takes FSF to Court for Invalid IP Licensing

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