By raising national security concerns, software maker SCO's suit against IBM hamstrings the open-source movement.
The $1 billion lawsuit that SCO Group (SCOX ) Inc. filed against IBM in March is turning into something akin to water torture. Every few weeks,
there's a new allegation or announcement from the tiny Lindon (Utah) software company, provoking fears that it will enforce its intellectual property
rights against sellers of the Linux computer operating system.
July 2, 2003