Network Associates is granted BROAD anti-spam Patent!
Kevin.Spicer at BMRB.CO.UK
Wed Jun 2 08:56:06 IST 2004
Peter Peters wrote:
> It could have implications for people using MS and SA in the states.
> Like SCO demanding license fees from the users NAI could try the same.
What is even more concerning is that McAfees spam product is SpamAssassin. SpamAssassin is dual licensed under the GPL, which does have a clause about patents - anyone care to comment about how this applies.
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