|FROM ||Rick Moen
|SUBJECT ||Re: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Apple crimes
Adding to that:
> The latter mishap became an issue in the judge's preliminary opinion in
> the AT&T v. Regents of the University California case over BSD Unix:
> The judge observed in passing that AT&T had failed to include copyright
> notices on some distributed copies of (if memory serves) Version 7 Unix,
> hence the entire basis for their lawsuit against UC Berkeley and BSDi
> was in grave doubt.
Preliminary ruling readable as 'USL v. BSD and UC Regents' on
And, fellahs, those of you who haven't studied software law probably
should avoid making pronouncements on it.