__/ [ B Gruff ] on Thursday 23 March 2006 15:33 \__
> I really don't understand the ins-and-outs of this court case, or of the
> Sherman Act, but if some of you gurus would like to comment, I'd certainly
> like to read what you write:-)
Here is where I read about it for the first time:
Title: Just Because You Dislike Open Source, Doesn't Make It Illegal. There
were many realted E-mails circulating around the ManLUG's mailing list this
afternoon. Here is a snippet:
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| Subject: Re: [linux-users] The Abolition of Parliament ?
| On Thu, Mar 23, 2006 at 09:24:50AM +0000, <Anonymised> wrote:
| > Someone mentioned it during conversation last Saturday - thanks
| > whoever it was. It doesn't seem to have hit 'primetime coverage'
| > which I find odd.
| It was me...
| is the article I read.
| This isn't directly Linux related but one can easily imagine how the above
| Bill could be abused to make life very difficult for those communist open
| source software writers to compete with the pillars of modern business who
| sell their quality software to the masses.