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Re: GPLv3 comedy unfolding -- ACT: Perens Invokes the “Nuh Uh!” Defense


From: Richard Tobin
Subject: Re: GPLv3 comedy unfolding -- ACT: Perens Invokes the “Nuh Uh!” Defense, Calls Us Names
Date: 11 Apr 2007 10:38:44 GMT

In article <address@hidden>,
Alexander Terekhov  <address@hidden> wrote:

>GPLv3 may be interpreted as FSF tortiously interfering with a legal 
>contract between two parties concerning intellectual property issues 
>between them.  Mr. Perens cites to the case of Daniel Wallace which 
>was based on a predatory pricing theory under another version of the 
>GPL and not a group boycott theory as I was suggesting in respect of 
>the GPLv3.

So what's the theory?  That you can be sued for urging a "group
boycott"?  Welcome to the wacky world of American law.  How *dare*
you oppose the large corporations!

-- Richard

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