August 27, 2004
'Linux doesn't exist', says SCO
Tired of being portrayed as the bad guys of IT, a SCO director has declared that Linux does not exist. Instead, defending the company's decision to sue almost all major players in the Linux business, he described it as "an unlicensed Unix". SCO director Kieran O'Shaughnessy declared, "we are not the anti-Christ of cyberspace" but a defender of Unix fighting the monolithic power of IBM.