SCO Looking To Ditch Actual Business To Try To Keep Lawsuit Going

from the going-full-on-patent-troll dept

Slashdot points us to the latest in the never-ending saga of SCO trying to claim infringement in Linux. Despite massive setbacks that should have just ended the quixotic campaign, it appears that SCO is looking to sell off its actual businesses in order to keep the lawsuit campaign going. It's amazing that after losing pretty much every aspect of this campaign from the very beginning, that folks at SCO still think it's worth pursuing.

Filed Under: copyright, linux, patents
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    Voice of Reason, 12 Jan 2009 @ 9:37pm

    Grabbing Goliath by the balls!

    It's obvious that Linux violates so much IP that it's simply untrue.

    You know why it's gone against them so badly so far? Because the judges are BOUGHT and PAID FOR by the Big Bully companies that they are fighting against in a classic David and Goliath fight, that's why. You know it, I know it, don't kid yourselves.

    I'm very impressed that even in its darkest hour, SCO still manages to bite and bravely hang on, never letting go, just like the proverbial rottweiller that's grabbed your balls. They *know* they're right and no way are they gonna give in!

    They will win this, you'll see. SCO will then rise from the ashes just like the Griffin and will be glorious once more!!

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