On 4/15/2010 9:43 AM, RJack wrote:
The statement ". . . (a) Plaintiffs’ copyrights are unique and valuable
property whose market value is impossible to assess, . . ."
automatically establishes the fact that any alleged injury is
"conjectural and hypothetical". The SFLC lawyers have pleaded their
clients right out of Court.

Unfortunately for you, the court does not agree with you:
    The choice to exact consideration in the form of compliance
    with the open source requirements of disclosure and explanation
    of changes, rather than as a dollar-denominated fee, is entitled
    to no less legal recognition. Indeed, because a calculation of
    damages is inherently speculative, these types of license
    restrictions might well be rendered meaningless absent the
    ability to enforce through injunctive relief.
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