It won't help hurricane victims, but...

Steve Hamm

Eighteen months ago, in the midst of the flurry of worry over SCO Group's suit against IBM over Linux source code, a little company called Open Source Risk Management was born. The idea: to offer insurance policies to protect corporations using open-source software against lawsuits by companies, like SCO, making patent infringement claims.

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