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IBM's Redacted Memo in Support of SJ on 10th CC (copyright infringement)
Saturday, October 14 2006 @ 03:36 AM EDT

Just as I finish IBM's Greatest Hits, the nearly 600 exhibits to their summary judgment motions, and decide I deserve time off for good behavior, IBM files another document. Pacer entry:
838
Filed: 10/12/2006
Entered: 10/13/2006
Redacted Document
Docket Text: REDACTION to [805] Sealed Memo in Support of Summary Jgm re: 10th counterclaim, by Defendant International Business Machines Corporation. (blk, ) Additional attachment(s) added on 10/13/2006 (blk, ).

Happily, IBM had mercy and already divided it up into two parts, because it's quite long, so we have:

Part 1
Part 2

I have read one sentence, from the very end, page 100: "...SCO is also claiming infringement of, and control over, material it does not own. Therefore, SCO should be barred from further prosecuting its infringement claim against IBM."

Amen. And now I'm off to sleep. We'll talk about it in the morning.


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