Final Judgment in SCO v. Novell: SCO Loses Again

  1. SCO's claims for Slander of Title (Count I) and Specific Performance (Count III) are dismissed [...]
  2. SCO's claims for Breach of Contract (Count II), Copyright Infringement (Count IV), and Unfair Competition (Count V) are dismissed [...]
  3. The remaining portions of SCO's claims [...] are voluntarily dismissed with prejudice, without the possibility of renewal following appeal.

Ah, what wonderful words to read. And about time too; It's been going on since January 2004. This should blast a giant hole in SCOs case against IBM since Novell is now authorised to indemnify IBM.

I suggest you hop over to Groklaw’s coverage of the final judgement. As usual it is an excellent read.

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