OSDL Position Paper on SCO

Open Source Development Labs has released a new position paper on SCO. From the press release:

In his paper, Professor Moglen makes two main points:

  1. SCO Group last August showed two examples of what it claimed were infringing literal copies of UNIX software code to Linux, but the demonstration backfired, showing instead SCO's cavalier attitude toward copyright law and its even greater sloppiness at factual research, Moglen argues.
  2. SCO Group has argued that the GPL software license offers the firmlegal protections while at the same time it argues that the GPL is not valid. SCO's legal situation contains an inherent contradiction, Moglen says.


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