SCO wanted gag order for Linus Torvalds, Groklaw in 2004

Posted by Sander_Marechal on Apr 30, 2007 6:53 AM EDT
Ars Technica; By Eric Bangeman
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According to a recently uncovered filing in the long-running SCO v. IBM case, SCO tried to have Groklaw—along with a handful of people associated with the open-source movement silenced back in 2004. SCO suggested that all parties involved in the litigation be subject to a stipulated gag order. The company then stretched the definition of "involved parties" to include SCO, Columbia Law professor Eben Moglen, OSS advocate Eric Raymond, and Linus Torvalds.

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