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Re: Software Fictional Licensing Center (SFLC) Files Another Round of GP

From: Moshe Goldfarb.
Subject: Re: Software Fictional Licensing Center (SFLC) Files Another Round of GPL Violation Lawsuits
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 10:27:32 -0400
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On Wed, 11 Jun 2008 13:34:09 +0200, Alexander Terekhov wrote:

> (SFLC's press release)
> Now,
> "All of the previous lawsuits have resulted in out-of-court settlements
> requiring the defendants to distribute source code in compliance with
> the GPL."
> that is quite a hallucination by SFLC's PR "Coordinator" given that
> previous lawsuit against Verizon resulted in dismissal WITH PREJUDICE
> against plaintiffs, meaning that defendant Verizon may now violate
> Busybox copyrights/breach the GPL covering said copyrights with impunity
> -- plaintiffs lost the case WITH PREJUDICE -- res judicata and all that.
> (The announced "settlement" with NON-DEFENDANT Actiontec is in no way
> affecting Verizon. To wit, Verizon is still breaching the GPL
> <>.)
> regards,
> alexander.

You are going to scare Roy Schestowitz with this stuff.

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