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First US GPL case is <em>not</em> settled

Posted by: Anonymous [ip:] on September 26, 2007 01:26 AM

Simply coming into compliance now is not sufficient to settle the matter, because that would mean anyone can violate the license until caught, because the only punishment would be to come into compliance.

Compliance has been the only objective of the FSF. I know that the SFLC is representing BusyBox in this case but this unqualified statement seems to fundamentally be at odds with the position of their other client, the FSF.


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