New Microsoft patent may put Linux security components at risk

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  1. Ocky

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    Microsoft Patents Sudo?!!
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    The copyright system is just plain broke. :(
     
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    An Explanation of Computation Theory for Lawyers
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    Some thoughts on software patents and the Supreme Court
    http://opensource.com/law/09/12/some-thoughts-software-patents-and-supreme-court
     
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    Alright, alright, for you lazy types, I just wrote " I did not know numbers could be patented" :) Seriously, Microsoft would try to patent oxygen if they could somehow come up with an argument for it.
     
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