This is from the Financial Times:
US firm warns PC makers over Chinese software
By Kathrin Hille in Beijing
Solid Oak, the developer of one of the US’ leading net nanny software products, has started legal action to stop HP and Dell from shipping PCs equipped with a Chinese censorship software that it alleges contains codes stolen from Solid Oak’s products.
The company had sent “cease and desist” letters to HP and Dell warning them that they would face damages if they went ahead, said Brian Milburn, Solid Oak CEO, in a phone interview. “They will receive the letters today (Tuesday), and I hope to hear from them later today,” he said.
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