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The Courts

SCO vs. IBM Battle Over Linux May Finally Be Over (networkworld.com) 231

JG0LD writes with this news from Network World: A breach-of-contract and copyright lawsuit filed nearly 13 years ago by a successor company to business Linux vendor Caldera International against IBM may be drawing to a close at last, after a U.S. District Court judge issued an order in favor of the latter company earlier this week.
Here's the decision itself (PDF). Also at The Register.

Comment Re:That's okay, though, 'cause it's LG... (Score 1) 39

...it should be patched by early February. In the year 2245.

And this is why LG is losing me as a customer. They drag their feet with every single security update, probably to "encourage" owners to upgrade. You'd think that they could afford to hire someone just to take care of the occasional security patch and update. That and they should be sued for their phones overheating because of the 810 processor. As good as the LG G4's camera is, Samsung's is on par with it and other's are catching up as well.

Comment NEWS is now Controlled by Progressives (Score 0) 395

Conventional wisdom is warrantless wiretapping is expected by the ilk of Cheney.

If conservatives were in the administration, the NEWS would be pissed. The wailing would not stop.

Instead, we are ostensibly being coached to accept warrantless wiretapping

through the Associated Press and poll results from ordinary americans

We are in bizarro world

Comment CORE LIE:they were not classified at the time (Score 1) 261

CORE LIE:they were not classified at the time they were sent to Clinton's personal email

Either through codependency or conspiracy, news media overlooks perception of wrongdoing up to criminal levels.

SUPPORTING LIE:These sort of things are too complicated for the public and press to understand

the emperor's new clothes are beautiful.

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