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Europe Drops Microsoft Antitrust Case Over Browsers

European regulators dropped the case after Microsoft agreed to offer customers a choice of Web browsers, ending what could have been a costly legal battle for Microsoft.
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SFLC Hammers GPL Violators

Linux is everywhere, but it's not always properly licensed and the Software Freedom Law Center is lowering the boom on GPL violations by more than a dozen companies including Best Buy, Samsung, Westinghouse, and JVC.
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Windows 7 Tool Gets GPL v2 Makeover

Microsoft reposted its Windows 7 download tool online yesterday, after yanking it off the internet last month after coughing to violating a series of GNU General Public Licence (GPL) terms.
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Olswang Open Source Summit

On 1st December Olswang held their third and final Open Source Summit in London. For one reason or another I'd been unable to attend the 2007 and 2008 events and was glad to last week be finally able to make it along.
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Licenses are Not the Hard Part

This week, I will have the opportunity to meet in-person with many others who have focused attention on legal aspects of FOSS. The European OpenSource & Free Software Law Event will be held in Brussels on December 9, 2009...
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