Torvalds worries about patents and slow storage affect on the future of Linux

Linus Torvalds has revealed he's worried about how patents will affect the future of Linux. In a video interview at linux.conf.au in Melbourne last week, founder and coordinator of the Linux kernel Linus Torvalds admitted that he is concerned about software patents because he -- and users like him -- don't have any control over […]

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Linus Torvalds has revealed he's worried about how patents will affect the future of Linux.

In a video interview at linux.conf.au in Melbourne last week, founder and coordinator of the Linux kernel Linus Torvalds admitted that he is concerned about software patents because he -- and users like him -- don't have any control over them.

"One thing that has been worrisome over the last few years are

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