Most readers are probably not aware of my activities in other places, which include GNU/Linux advocacy and exposing Microsoft’s frauds in a very responsible way (always with decent references). I’ve just been informed by a reader that a site of mine had been blacklisted after persistent slander. I wrote about it in my blog.
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So SCO tried to gag Groklaw beginning in 2004. It moved on to false insinuations to journalists, ugly innuendo during a conference about me and Groklaw, having friendly journalists with PIs try to dig up dirt on me, a massive astroturfing campaign all over the internet, and then finally to intimidation with their recent motion. Well, I’m gagging, all right, but not in a good way, and certainly not in the way SCO hoped.
I will respond like this, seriously for a moment. This is America. I am an American citizen. I was born here, born to certain rights as my birthright. I’m allowed to cover this litigation without being harassed and intimidated or threatened or gagged. I’m allowed to present facts that disprove SCO’s public allegations. I am allowed to write what I believe is the truth, and I’m to present research about the allegations.
Someone ought to get to the bottom of this. BoycottNovell.com was also accused (falsely of course) of launching DDOS attacks. How about Rob Enderle’s recent attempt to attribute death threats to Groklaw? Companies and their proxies know no boundaries (Rob Enderle works with Microsoft as his client).