SCO Fined in Munich For Linux Claims
I've wondered if this is in response to a feeling of a lack of due process when the U.S. was founded, or if we just have gotten to where anyone feels that they're entitled to sue "just because".
Huh? This fine is a result of LinuxTag's claim against SCO, for commercial speech that would be entirely protected in the US.
Of course, SCO/Caldera being an American company trying to enforce claims in a foreign country that doesn't (yet) have software patents might be partially why.
Again, huh? What does this have to do with software patents. And again, this is LinuxTag's case against SCO.