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More SCO Suits May Loom

The SCO Group hasn't yet threatened companies using Linux with lawsuits for copyright violations of its Unix System V source code. But the vendor's comments last week that it would "hold harmless commercial Linux customers that purchase a UnixWare license against any past copyright violations and for any future use of Linux" have some wondering if the vendor is trying to scare companies into buying protection. (For more, see story, "SCO Group Threatens Users In Linux Fight".)

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