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Re: Pee Jay says silence is golden

From: Alan Mackenzie
Subject: Re: Pee Jay says silence is golden
Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 08:47:03 +0000 (UTC)
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In gnu.misc.discuss RJack <> wrote:

> Pee Jay trumpeted, "the Software Freedom Law Center has since
> gone to court successfully regarding the GPL multiple times". This,
> despite Eben Moglen's SFLC voluntarily dismissing the seven suits before
> a federal judge could ever read a single word of any complaint.

You've been told already ad nauseam that this "voluntary dismissal" is a
codeword for "settled, with the defendants having come into compliance".
Your continual insinuation that the SFLC simply lost these cases is what
you would refer to as "lying".

> Now that the internet is buzzing with the fraudulent copyright claims of
> Erik Andersen, where pray tell, is Pee Jay's analysis of the
> situation? Who's stealing the code now, Pee Jay?

The complaint you refer to elsewhere states that Erik Andersen is _a_
copyright holder, not _the_ copyright holder.

> BLUFF and FRAUD. Pee Jay, that's what the GPL is all about. BLUFF and

Funny thing, though, when alleged violations of the GPL do reach the
courtroom, the GPL is upheld.

> You can rest assured that the fourteen defendants' legal departments in
> the SFLC's current fraudulent action will want to depose Mr. Andersen
> concerning his copyright "ownership" of BusyBox v. 0.60.3. Let the
> games begin.

I suggest you email all these lawyers to point out the fraud you allege.

> The SFLC, frivolously and with the intent to harass and intimidate the
> defendants, ....

There's nothing frivolous about defending the GPL, since it lies at the
heart of how most free software is produced.

> Sincerely,
> Rjack

Alan Mackenzie (Nuremberg, Germany).

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