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Why SCO Can't Be Right

Via Larry Lessig, though it's a week and a half old, this essay (83K PDF) by Eben Moglen remains the simplest and clearest summary I've seen of the problems with SCO's Linux lawsuits. Recommended.


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I donít want to burst any SCO bubbles, but if McBride is right when he said, ďAt the end of the day, the GPL is not about making software free; itís about destroying value,Ē why then, are is SCO distributing Samba and the Gimp, both GPLíd software?

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