SCO v. IBM
I am no fan of SCO. But the IT community is making themselves fools if they blindly support IBM simply because SCO is viewed as anti Linux.
INQ's comment that SCO was only able to show 300 lines of code is kinda stupid. If SCO can find one (1) line of code that IBM infringed, that's copyright infringement. In this case, one guy copied four (4) words, and had to give up a lot.
The arguments that header files are not copyrightable are plainly stupid. Every programmer knows that header files are no different from other program source files.
The real issue is whether IBM infringed or had a license to the code.