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Re: and busybox fellows 'win' DEFAULT JUDGMENT

From: Tim Smith
Subject: Re: and busybox fellows 'win' DEFAULT JUDGMENT
Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2008 14:01:54 -0700
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In article <W1xyk.224$>,
 Hyman Rosen <> wrote:
> Rjack wrote:
> > 2) Lot's of embarrassment and a red face for the federal magistrate
> > when the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit kicks his ass for
> > entering a default judgment in a case that he clearly had no subject
> > matter jurisdiction to hear.
> Yeah, there's lots of mockery of judges here. But so far the only
> appeal we've seen has been in the JMRI case, and that went in favor
> of the GPL. I suggest you look behind you - the ass that's being
> kicked is yours.

The JMRI case is completely irrelevant to the BusyBox cases, because the 
JMRI copyrights are all registered.  They readily show up if you search 
the copyright registration database.  Not so for the BusyBox copyrights.

--Tim Smith

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