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8.04.2004

Apples Unix-Rechtsstreit

unixWas wird aus der schon etwas älteren Klage um Apples Nutzung der Unix-Bezeichnung für OS X? osViews hat einen sehr interessanten Artikel darüber:
"Will the Open Group lose its trademark on the Unix® name or will Apple have to pay a hefty yearly fee to continue to use the word Unix throughout its marketing and promotional materials. The lawsuit between Apple and the Open Group will go back to court in two months time after two years in the making and then after a one-year delay. osView's Kelly McNeill summarizes the situation and speaks with the Open Group and a technology attorney to put the pending legal matter into perspective."
Darüber wird in nächster Zeit sicher noch erheblich mehr zu lesen sein.

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