Cisco guilty of 'perversion of justice' in attempt to jail VAR who dared to sue it

Integrator sued to get Cisco to share patches, updates with third parties

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You probably wouldn't root for Cisco to lay off 6,500 employees who also didn't do anything wrong in the Alfred-Adekeye case, because the layoffs hurt them not Smiling John.

But it would look an awful lot like smiting for the sins of the fathers, or something equally portentous and morally offensive like, say, trying to send a man to jail for daring to challenge the unfair policies of a giant company that thought its power was so great it could ignore the rules and just punish directly those who displeased it.

Not so, apparently, at least in Canada.

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