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From: Alexander Terekhov (terekhov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-26 04:26:36

David Abrahams wrote:
> Nothing is legally bullet-proof. People should not have illusions
> about that.

Well, I'd say that "opinions" (dissents aside) issues by
"panels" like (and alike) are
pretty bullet-proof. Oder? ;-)


"SCO to sue Al Gore
 In a dramatic move, SCO today filed suit against Al Gore 
 alleging misappropriations of trade secrets and unfair 
 competition for inventing the Internet. SCO Executive 
 Chris Sontag was quoted as saying "This internet thing 
 is a Unix derivative and our contracts from AT&T clearly 
 give us all IP rights to Unix derivatives. What Al Gore 
 did is to transfer our rights to the world. Our lawsuit 
 is aimed at preserving our intellectual property rights." 
 When asked if he was on crack, Sontag replied, "No, I'm 
 on SCO, but crack is clearly a derivative of Unix and we 
 intend to sue the Colombian cocaine cartel next."."
                  -- bryan_w_taylor, SCOX board at yahoo

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