USENIX Association Refutes SCO's Claims on Linux

Posted by dave on Feb 27, 2004 11:11 AM EDT
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Society is better off when consumers have choices and when products compete with one another on the basis of functionality and price, and inventing is facilitated when inventors share their ideas. USENIX supports the right of programmers to choose whether to charge for their programs or to make them available for free, and we oppose any attempt to change the balance inherent in our intellectual property laws.

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