March 17, 2004

Did a 1994 agreement with SCO hand Sun a smoking gun?

If the SCO Group has any hope of prevailing in its core cases with Novell and IBM, those hopes are pinned on the following findings sequentially
falling into place: establishing what Unix intellectual property (IP) it owns, to what extent it owns the IP (the Novell case may prove that it's
shared in some way), what enforceable rights the company is entitled to by virtue of that ownership, and then how those rights may have been violated.

Link: comment.zdnet.co.uk

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