Judge Weighs Evidence In IBM, SCO Case

IBM attorneys argued that Utah-based SCO Group has failed to provide any evidence that IBM allowed proprietary Unix code to enter the freely distributed Linux operating system and its $5 billion suit making that claim should be dismissed.

SCO attorneys said IBM was stonewalling on providing all the information the Utah firm needs to prove its case.

The judge took the matter under advisement, according to this from the AP via LexisOne. SCO Group is despised in the open source software community, as I wrote about earlier here, here, here, and especially here.