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Old 11-23-2006, 02:54 PM   #1
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LXer: If Linux Infringes Microsoft Patents, Where are the Cease and Desist Requests?


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In a recent interview with IT Business Edge, LXer.com editor-in-chief Don Parris said the patent problem that has arisen between Microsoft and Novell could be resolved amicably well, as amicably as anything involving Redmond and open source can be if Microsoft would simply issue cease and desist requests to the open source coders that it thinks have infringed its patents.

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