Interview With Pamela Jones, Editor of Groklaw

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| In this Q & A, she explains how Groklaw operates, what its purposes include,
| and where it is likely to head in the future.
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http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/osr...2068_3708651_1


Related:

Ibiblio Builds a Case for Its Support of Groklaw, Which Is Now Target inn SCO
Suit Against IBM

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| "Groklaw is an essential part of ibiblio's research and service relating to
| Open Source and Communities on the web," he said. "We have no plans to
| drop support for Groklaw or any other collection on ibiblio - short
| of some violation of our collection agreement."
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http://www.localtechwire.com/busines...gpost/1275008/


Pamela Jones gets gong

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| Groklaw mistress becomes Knowledge Master
|
| The site has over the years expanded its reach to cover other legal topics
| that bear upon software freedom. It also educates attorneys and other legal
| professionals about free and open source software and information
| technologies in general. *
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http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=42577


Yet More Filings in Novell - Why SCO Wants No Mention of IBM or Groklaw -
Updated

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| Groklaw is hazardous, because all his statements are here, and of course most
| of them were made in the context of filing its litigation against IBM. The
| SEC filings are here on our SCO Financials page. The teleconferences are here
| on our Transcripts page. There's just no telling what a juror might stumble
| across. Like, say, in our Quote Database, where all the wild and now provably
| untrue statements McBride made about owning System V copyrights that SCO said
| it got under the 1995 APA are preserved for history. Oh, and all the
| statements about Novell and how it had no right to say it owned the
| copyrights. My, my. I agree. Groklaw is juror quicksand for SCO. If I were
| SCO I would be worried that the same thing will happen in court that happened
| in the court of public opinion. What I don't understand, unless this was
| intended as FUD lawsuit, is why the SCO legal team let the SCO executives say
| so much to the media in the first place. * * * * * *
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http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?s...70905164654614


Groklaw: The Industry's Eyes in Court

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| Did Groklaw really have an impact on those court cases? Naaah. The impact was
| on the rest of us. That collection of documents gave SCO's suits a
| transparency that's impossible to come by with most IT industry litigation. *
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http://www.technewsworld.com/story/59131.html


SCO Tried to Gag Groklaw in 2004

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| So SCO tried to gag Groklaw beginning in 2004. It moved on to
| false insinuations to journalists, ugly innuendo during a conference
| about me and Groklaw, having friendly journalists with PIs try to
| dig up dirt on me, a massive astroturfing campaign all over the
| internet, and then finally to intimidation with their recent motion.
| Well, I'm gagging, all right, but not in a good way, and certainly
| not in the way SCO hoped.
|
| I will respond like this, seriously for a moment. This is America.
| I am an American citizen. I was born here, born to certain rights
| as my birthright. I'm allowed to cover this litigation without
| being harassed and intimidated or threatened or gagged. I'm
| allowed to present facts that disprove SCO's public allegations.
| I am allowed to write what I believe is the truth, and I'm
| to present research about the allegations.
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http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?s...07042819571717


SCO CEO McBride Speaks Out On Novell, Finances, And Groklaw

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| InformationWeek: The Web site Groklaw has given you a pretty rough time over
| the past few years. What effect has that had on your image?
|
| McBride: I don't think you can discount the impact of Groklaw in trying to
| create a bad image around us. It's the equivalent of a negative political ad
| campaign. We used to counter everything Groklaw said. I thought it was my
| responsibility to SCO stakeholders to have a counter reaction to all these
| attacks. It turns out that doesn't work well in a courtroom setting. The
| judges told us that, my attorneys told me that, so I decided to back off. * *
|
| We just want to have a day in court. Though early on I admit to being more
| engaged in the battle. *
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http://www.informationweek.com/softw...SSfeed_TechWeb


If this is true SCO’s execs are in BIG trouble [Groklaw confirmed it's true.]

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| SCO made a lot of claims during those press conferences, some of which never
| made it to court and were quickly glossed over. At times it seemed like the
| company was saying whatever it could while it had the chance. It’s no
| coincidence that the public claims stopped once the legal nitty-gritty got
| started. * *
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http://www.businessreviewonline.com/...s_is_true.html


SCO Could Face Cash Crunch After Novell Trial

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| The amount that SCO owes to Novell is now the primary focus of the case as it
| moves toward a trial that's slated to start on Sept. 17. SCO's problem: It's
| potentially on the hook for a sum that exceeds its total cash and assets. *
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http://www.informationweek.com/story...Sfeed_IWK_News
http://tinyurl.com/398vob


SCO Goes Bust in the Courtroom

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| SCO essentially attempted a costly, time-consuming "Hail Mary" to score a big
| payday. It might have better spent that time building products and getting
| customers. What's more, it picked fights with big-name tech players who know
| how to wage a court battle. *
|
| As of now, SCO's shares are trading at $0.51 apiece, and the company sports a
| market cap of a measly $11.5 million. It's definitely a sobering example.
| Foolish inventors looking at companies with similar strategies should realize
| that they're more like lotteries than businesses. *
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http://www.fool.com/investing/high-g...courtroom.aspx