November 1, 2000

USC: Trojan Horse is our intellectual property

Author: JT Smith

From the humor site Segfault: The University of Southern California today continued to defend its
lawsuits claiming ownership of the term 'Trojan horse.' In the wake of a serious breach of
Microsoft system security, USC officials and representatives have steadfastly held that the
university holds a trademark on the phrase 'Trojan horse.' USC President Steven B. Sample
today added, 'the Men and Women of Troy will pursue all available avenues to defend USC's
software-related intellectual property.' The author even manages to work FreeBSD into the piece.


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