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Jennifer LeClaire
SCO Group Launches Legal Information Site
03/29/05 9:59 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 393 Words

... much ado last fall followed by a false start, the SCO Group has finally launched its legal information site to counter the popular Groklaw.net site. SCO had originally said last October the site would use the domain name Prosco.net, but is instead located...

Jay Lyman
OSDL: Ignore SCO's Linux Legal Threats
02/11/04 1:18 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 758 Words

... on arguments that SCO Group is spoiling its own legal efforts, Linux backer Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) has indicated most companies are ignoring the entire matter. Referring to a position paper written by Columbia University law professor Eben Moglen and published by...

Richard Adhikari
The Ghost of SCO Dogs IBM Again
06/17/13 3:34 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 725 Words

The case had several twists and turns: The SCO Group sued former customers Autozone and DaimlerChrysler; Novell denied it had sold the Unix copyrights to SCO, triggering a lawsuit from SCO for slander; and both IBM and RedHat filed suits against SCO.

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Staff Writer
SCO Accuses Novell in Libel Lawsuit
01/21/04 8:57 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 901 Words

... Tuesday, The SCO Group accused Novell of libel, claiming Novell has interfered in bad faith with SCO's Unix copyrights. SCO's lawyers filed the lawsuit in state court in Utah, where both companies' headquarters are located, asking for "preliminary and permanent injunctive relief, as...

Elizabeth Millard & Staff Writer
Will SCO's Suit Chill the Penguin?
06/11/03 7:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1563 Words

... March 7th of this year, SCO Group filed suit against IBM , claiming that Big Blue had used proprietary Unix code obtained from SCO in creating its version of Linux , and threatening to revoke IBM's Unix license on June 13th if the...

Staff Writer
State of the (Latest) SCO Controversy
12/08/03 8:34 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1003 Words

"My first reaction, when reading [SCO's] letter, is that it was difficult to get past [the] first paragraph," Yankee Group senior analyst Laura DiDio told the E-Commerce Times. "I understand that The SCO Group is trying to explain its position, and by so...

Jay Lyman
SCO Mulls Terminating SGI License
10/02/03 10:27 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 702 Words

... looming October 14th deadline could result in a widening of SCO Group's legal assault on Linux and distributors of the open-source operating system as the Lindon, Utah-based company mulls plans to pull another Unix license, this time from SGI. SCO laid the...

Phil Albert
Poker and Shell Games in the SCO Suit
06/01/04 9:23 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1301 Words

In 1995, Novell licensed Unix system source code to The SCO Group. Caldera, a Unix distributor, bought the Unix development part of The Santa Cruz Operation (SCO) in 2000, including the rights to certain portions of the original Unix operating system code. Were...

Jay Lyman
CA Blasts SCO for Linux License Claim
03/08/04 10:32 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 705 Words

... giant Computer Associates is refuting reports that it is among a handful of companies that have agreed to buy a license to run Linux from SCO Group, which has sued companies that have refused the license on the basis of its claims...

Staff Writer
SCO's Brilliant Business Maneuver?
10/17/03 4:03 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 748 Words

... say the SCO Group has been making headlines frequently is an understatement. Since March, when the company filed suit against IBM for allegedly using SCO-owned Unix code in its Linux systems, SCO has gotten an unheard-of amount of press for a company that,...

Jay Lyman
SCO Sues DaimlerChrysler, AutoZone
03/03/04 10:23 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1000 Words

... list of lawsuits involving SCO Group grew longer this week as the company sued AutoZone for its use of the Linux operating system and DaimlerChrysler for alleged violations of its Unix software agreement with SCO. In suing car-parts store AutoZone, SCO made good...

Kirk L. Kroeker
SCO Director of Public Relations Blake Stowell Speaks Out
02/27/04 2:02 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1542 Words

... December 2003, at the same time that a judge's call for evidence sent SCO Group's stock price lower, the Lindon, Utah-based company was taking a hit on its Web site , against which malware writers had launched a denial-of-service attack . Just...

Katherine Noyes
Novell Scoops Up the Marbles, SCO Goes Home
03/31/10 2:02 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 654 Words

... six years of battle, a federal jury on Tuesday settled the longstanding SCO Group v. Novell case by ruling that Novell owns the rights to the Unix operating system . In 2003, the SCO Group began campaigning to get Linux users to pay...

Walaika Haskins
SCO Shares Plummet to 40 Cents on Courtroom Loss to Novell
08/14/07 11:44 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1262 Words

Linux Enemy No. 1?
SCO Group , a small software company based in Lindon, Utah, became a controversial company among Linux users when it launched a suit in 2003 against IBM in which it asserted that Big Blue violated its Unix...

Jennifer LeClaire
SCO Faces Competitors Head-On With OpenServer 6
06/24/05 10:51 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 586 Words

The SCO Group on Wednesday officially began shipping its OpenServer 6, the fruit of a multi-year, multi-million dollar development effort that the company is calling a "significant upgrade" to its flagship Unix operating system . SCO said OpenServer 6 was designed to provide customers...

Elizabeth Millard
New Rulings Yield Mixed Results for SCO
06/14/04 12:14 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 661 Words

... orders have been issued in SCO Group's cases against IBM and Novell that could impact how the legal wrangling proceeds. U.S. District Judge Dale Kimball is hearing both cases, which involve contract and copyright infringement claims and counterclaims against IBM, and slander...

Elizabeth Millard
IBM Asks Court To Reject SCO Copyright Claims
05/21/04 2:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 604 Words

... part of its legal wrangling with The SCO Group, IBM has filed a motion for summary judgment in an attempt to remove copyright claims from the multibillion-dollar lawsuit. In its request, Big Blue cited a lack of evidence from SCO that would...

Gene J. Koprowski
Mainstream Press Questions Credibility of Linux, Litigation
05/07/04 10:12 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 821 Words

... the legal strategy embraced by SCO Group a "good faith" effort to protect its intellectual property? Or a project to boost the share price on the Lindon, Utah, software firm? A new article, in the current issue of Fortune Magazine , one of...

Jay Lyman
SCO Hit with Another Denial-of-Service Attack
12/11/03 2:22 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 689 Words

... the same time that a judge's call for evidence sent SCO Group's stock price lower, the Lindon, Utah-based company was taking a hit on its Web site , against which attackers launched a denial-of-service (DoS) attack that also knocked some of the...

Jay Lyman
SGI Removes Code, Rebuffs SCO
10/06/03 9:58 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 697 Words

... the latest distributor of Linux under fire from SCO Group and its source-code claims, has met SCO's threat to pull SGI's license for Irix by removing portions of the code in question and counterclaiming that SCO's position is "absurd." Mountain View, California-based SGI's...

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