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Draft GPLv3 released
Yesterday, 16 January 2006, the Free Software Foundation released the much anticipated version 3 of the General Public License which has underpinned much of the open source software movement.  Via a dedicated website, the FSF is inviting comments on this draft and subsequent drafts.

For more information, please see the FSF GPLv3 website.

info@.. beware the service of proceedings

On 21 December 2005 an English court rejected a last minute challenge by Bernuth Lines Ltd against an arbitration ruling against it in a maritime case.   The dispute had arisen over the charter of a ship to High Seas Shipping Ltd.

The lawyers acting for High Seas had e-mailed an offer in settlement to Bernuth, which if not accepted High Seas had stated it would proceed to arbitration.  As this e-mail and subsequent e-mails were ignored, it did proceed to arbitration.  On 29 July 2005 the arbitrator issued his final award in favour of High Seas.

ITweek/Computing Webinar - IPR's and indemnities
  On 15 November 2005 George Gardiner joined Martin Veitch (Executive Editor of ITweek), Nick McGrath (Director of Platform Strategy, Microsoft UK) and Richard Kemp of law firm Kemp Little in a webinar entitled "Can IT Decisions Leave Customers Liable?".

In a lively debate the merits of open source versus proprietary software were discussed, particularly in relation to the provision of intellectual property right indemnities.

ITweek's web seminars can be found here.

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