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Re: SCO Takes Linux Licensing Fight Further
Posted by Rentrustic on 2003-07-29 17:13:11
In reply to Jay Lyman
I'm not really all that hot on the subject of Intellectual Property, but I would have thought that the end users of the products would not really be able to be sued over this matter. Since most of them would be using a purchased distribution (such as Red Hat or Suse) it would be the distribution company that would be in violation of the copyrights as they are the ones making a profit on the code itself. Would anyone have an opinion on if this would be the case or not?




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: SCO Takes Linux Licensing Fight Further  Jay Lyman  2003-07-22 14:47:47
Re: SCO Takes Linux Licensing Fight Further  Rentrustic  2003-07-29 17:13:11
Re: SCO Takes Linux Licensing Fight Further  Dan82  2003-07-30 23:44:45
Re: SCO Takes Linux Licensing Fight Further  antero33  2003-07-24 03:54:34
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