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Microsoft Legal Unfazed by Ubuntu Windows XP GUI Clone

When word came over the holidays that a Chinese group had created an Ubuntu distribution named Ylmf OS that clones the look and feel of Windows XP, we contacted Microsoft to see what they thought about this very odd way of pirating the company's most popular operating system.
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Microsoft Promises Not to Press Charges Against Moonlight Users

A new patent agreement gives users of Moonlight, a Silverlight implementation, more legal security. But the situation for Linux distributors will probably not improve...
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Fulfillment Center Aims to Protect Companies from GPL Lawsuits

On the heels of a recent lawsuit over GPLv2 violations filed against 14 companies by the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC), open source software service provider OpenLogic has launched a service that helps companies ensure compliance with GPL licenses. 
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License Management of Windows vs. Linux

Most of us already know that Microsoft is in the game to make money. Part of this process involves tracking and making users pay for its product. This is where software licensing comes into play, and where Linux can really shine.

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How to Avoid Modern Day Public GPL Floggings

Sounds simple, really. Publish the source — which is basically just a copy of the source you downloaded from whatever project that used it — along with the changes...

 

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