Read legalese for fun


It’s a slow news day, so take the time to read the full text of the USL settlement text, over at GrokLaw.

For those not versed in arcane history, BSD is a product of the code that Berkeley produced from early access to AT&T’s Unix source code. Lawsuits ensued, almost two decades ago, but were all settled – this is why SCO has not been able to sue any BSD-using company, even though BSD is a more “direct descendant” of the original UNIX than Linux.

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