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Barracuda CEO Dean Drako explains why his company is publically fighting Trend Micro patent suit (video)

By Robin 'Roblimo' Miller on May 21, 2008 (9:00:00 PM)

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It's unusual for companies engaged in patent litigation to comment on how the fight is going. But Barracuda Networks CEO Dean Drako has openly sought FOSS community support for his company's defense again a Trend Micro lawsuit that, while filed against his company, is really about ClamAV. We've written about this before, as have others. In this video, however, we'll let Dean tell you in his own words what's going on -- and why.

Ogg Theora (right-click to download)

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Barracuda CEO Dean Drako explains why his company is publically fighting Trend Micro patent suit (vi

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 196.205.130.14] on May 22, 2008 06:52 AM
No Ogg ??

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Re: Barracuda CEO Dean Drako explains why his company is publically fighting Trend Micro patent suit

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 130.88.234.125] on May 22, 2008 02:01 PM
Sorry to be a pain, but some people want Oggs. ;-)

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Re: Barracuda CEO Dean Drako explains why his company is publically fighting Trend Micro patent suit

Posted by: roblimo on May 22, 2008 07:11 PM
Sorry - went to all the trouble of downconverting the video to VP3/Ogg for you, then forgot to put in the link. It's there now.

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Re: Barracuda CEO Dean Drako explains why his company is publically fighting Trend Micro patent suit

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 75.145.100.241] on May 29, 2008 12:35 AM
I wouldn't trust Barracuda as far as I could throw them. They are a very, very corrupt company. Hopefully this will be their last stand.

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Barracuda CEO Dean Drako explains why his company is publically fighting Trend Micro patent suit (vi

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 76.74.192.12] on May 22, 2008 10:51 PM
I'm happy that defensive patent portfolios are *finally* being worked on.

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