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Re: Xubuntu vs. Piracy
said by TransitMan:Some more info on that subject:
Under GNU licensing, I hope they release the source code when it's done.
Otherwise, the MPAA will be in direct violation of the GNU license.
said by »blog.washingtonpost.com/security···s_1.html :
It seems that this interesting use of technology has turned into a storm of Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt (FUD). Hopefully more details will be released shortly to put an end to the furry of speculations. Cody A.W. Somerville of the Xubuntu project had the following to say: "I'm excited to see the use of the Xubuntu distribution and I see this as an excellent opportunity to push a positive Xubuntu agenda; the MPAA is entitled to use Open Source Software like anyone else. Although I can not speak to the certainty of some of the claims leveled against the MPAA (copyright, trademark, privacy/security concerns), I do hope that if there are problems present that they can be resolved quickly and satisfactorily."