SCO sends out more letters


— 5:07 AM on December 22, 2003

In what may be a last ditch effort to scare a few companies into shelling out licensing fees, SCO has sent out another wave of letters to corporations that are apparently violating SCO's copyrights by using Unix code allegedly contained within Linux. Of course, SCO has yet to identify which portions of Linux code infringe on its Unix patents. A judge presiding over SCO's current suit against IBM has ordered SCO to identify segments of Unix code by January 5th.

 
   
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