No Go for SCO Licences

Australian government users of Linux are ignoring SCO’s offer of licences to protect them from possible legal action over the company’s claim to intellectual property used in the open source operating system. Government users, while generally cautious about legal risks, are taking a wait-and-see approach to SCO’s controversial claims

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