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Re: The great BusyBox fraud continues

From: RJack
Subject: Re: The great BusyBox fraud continues
Date: Wed, 08 Dec 2010 15:57:16 -0000
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On 7/28/2010 8:41 AM, Alexander Terekhov wrote:
SFLC gang 'won' $90,000 + attorneys fees and costs and expenses

Congrats to Eben Moglen and his underlings.


Uh... PJ over at Groklaw says the default judgment against Westeren
Digital proves, "Of course, to collect the money, the plaintiffs must
apply to bankruptcy court as a creditor, and you know from watching the
SCO case what can happen to creditors in a bankruptcy case, but if you
are one of the other defendants, one thing you know for sure now: the
GPL has teeth, it is enforceable in a court of law, and if you violate
it, it can cost you. Remember when you are choosing a license, you want
one that you know is enforceable in court."

What bankruptcy court? Yeah... GREAT BIG TEETH. ROFL.

Judge Scheindlin awarded $47,010 for 54.2 hours work at $550 per hour to
the SFLC for attorney fees in the default judgment against Western
Digital Inc.

With nine defendants with *prestigious* law firms still in initial
discovery and long after Western Digital Inc. ceased to exist, there is
well over $500,000 in attorney fees at stake right now. Before any
future summary judgment can be ruled upon, probably one million dollars
in attorney fees will be at stake.

This is gonna' be an expensive lawsuit for the SFLC to lose. ROFL.

RJack :)

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