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Microsoft and Vyatta Rebut Reports of GPL Violation

Microsoft and Vyatta have rebutted reports that Microsoft had to release the Hyper-V Linux Integration Components (LinuxIC) under the GPLv2 because they had violated the licence...
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Microsoft Opened Linux-Driver Code After 'Violating' GPL

Microsoft was in violation of the GPL (General Public License) on the Hyper-V code it released to open source this week.

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Red Hat is Wrong to Insist Microsoft Disavow litigation

On Tuesday Red Hat's legal team gave a half-hearted pat on the back to Microsoft's open sourcing of Linux device drivers.
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Linux Kernel To Get Microsoft Code

In a surprise announcement, Microsoft has contributed 20,000 lines of device driver code to the Linux kernel.

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A Linux Security Story

Linux doesn't have perfect security. Nothing does. But, how it handles its security problems is a big reason why it does so much better than Windows. Here's an example.
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