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SCO's Letter to Congress

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© February 2004 Tony Lawrence

Fri Feb 27 16:18:46 GMT 2004 SCO's Letter to Congress

Of course, I'm not surprised. I expected it to come from Microsoft first, but SCO is hardly an unexpected source.

You can find links to this and a response from Usenix at http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/02/27/1317219.

It would be laughable if our Government weren't so darn receptive to business. Trouble is, I'm not at all sure that our congress-critters won't nod their heads in agreement. Honestly, I'd like to have a less pessimismistic attitude, but it's hard to convince myself that I have any justification for it.

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