Cease and desist letters tell Web denizens IP equals Intellectual Property

Foster, Ed
October 2000
InfoWorld;10/16/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 42, p133
Trade Publication
Comments on the issue regarding the free CueCats bar code scanners distributed by Digital Convergence. Concept of the free CueCats; Information on how Linux users are able to use the CueCats; Digital's reason for prohibiting Linux users from posting the CueCats on their Web sites.


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