by Mike Masnick
Fri, Sep 17th 2010 2:04pm
Having lost pretty much everything -- including most of its business and its longstanding lawsuit concerning Linux -- SCO is now apparently trying to sell off what remains of its "Unix assets," -- which, as you may have heard, does not appear to include the Unix copyrights. It's unclear what anyone would really do with whatever magical assets the sale comes with, but I would suggest suing IBM for infringement is not one of the better ideas.
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