SCO faces more setbacks in fight against IBM

By Justin Mann on
Amongst the many other setbacks they've faced, including a judge outright saying that most of their claims are worthless, SCO is facing more problems in their suit against IBM. The same judge who threw out over a hundred separate claims from SCO has dismissed their motion to get a finding against IBM:

Magistrate Judge Brooke Wells of the U.S. District Court in Utah denied SCO's motion asking for a finding that IBM flushed code that would have proved SCO IBM injected Unix programming into the Linux OS, according to Groklaw.
The conclusion was that IBM did made evidence available, contrary to what SCO claims. The company isn't doing well, and has been losing veritable hordes of money – most of it being spent on lawsuits. At this point, you'd think they'd be concentrating on expanding their business rather than continuing to attack other companies.

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