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IBM vs. SCO: Now it's IBM's turn

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For months, years, it's all been about what SCO could discover about IBM, Linux, and Unix. The shoe's on the other foot now, as the US District Court in Utah has revealed that IBM has launched discovery motions against Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, and BayStar Capital.

In general, IBM is looking for detailed information about each company's recent dealings with The SCO Group. This includes their financial relationships, and any access or use of Unix source code by their programmers.

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