Hyman Rosen wrote:
On 4/9/2010 1:39 PM, RJack wrote:
Yeah -- in a future action. So what?
So if a court finds it cannot deal with a GPL copyright infringement
claim because the particular infringed version isn't registered, the
plaintiffs will register that version and bring the case again, just
as the court suggested in the SimplexGrinnell case.
No GPL license infringement suit would ever survive to the
discovery stage so the point is moot. The GPL is preempted under U.S.
copyright law as well as being unenforceable under the common law of
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