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Red Hat Sues Switzerland Over Microsoft Monopoly

£8 million a year to Microsoft, with no public bidding. And that's just the tip of the iceberg, say open source activists
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Cisco Settles, But Where From Here?

Until September 20, 2007, nobody had ever sued anybody for violating the General Public License (GPL) — not a single company, project, or individual developer in the license's then-eighteen year existence.
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Trademarks are Open-Source-Friendly

Keir Thomas calls trademarks a menace to open source, but Joe Brockmeier disagrees. When used properly, he says, trademarks, like copyright, are a handy tool to protect and promote open-source projects.
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Free Software Foundation and Cisco Settle (Quietly) Open Source Copyright Infringement Dispute

Last December, the Free Software Foundation, with great fanfare, filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Cisco Systems, Inc.
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Defining Certifications for Open Source

My company has recently launched an Open Source Certification service and I wanted to discuss why we think it provides real benefits to our customers.
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