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Bluetooth SIG Attacks Linux Bluetooth List

segment Let me be the scapegoat troll (127 comments)

Please note that the use and distribution of non-qualified products is a violation of the Bluetooth License Agreement. As neither of these products have been qualified using Linux it is illegal to make them available for public use. The products haven't been "qualified" so why is everyone bitching and moaning. Instead wasting time and resources crying foul, why not take that same effort and qualify them. I'm sure if MS went and used some source code without posting INSERT_LICENSE_SCHEMA_HERE the community would cry foul, why is it a dual edged sword. Funny thing is people can comment on the "evil corporation" (myself included), but being this is a hardware, why not qualify it and shut up the skeptics instead of rambling on like crybabies.

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segment segment writes  |  more than 10 years ago Being that I'm an opinionated bastard, I decided to write an article on privacy, and how Americans gave it away...

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