Patent infringement suit filed against Red Hat (No Lobbyists As Such)
Posted Jul 3, 2006 20:06 UTC (Mon) by bojan
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> "Unverifiable" as used here refers to the veracity of the charges, specifically, that they have not been corroborated (publicly) by anyone else -- not their content.
I'm a non-native speaker of English, so maybe I'm not getting this right (apologies in advance)...
Shouldn't the word in the above explanation actually be "unverified"? "Unverifiable" to me would seem like "something that cannot be verified", not "something that hasn't been verified", which I would normally associate with "unverified".
Now whether the statements are "unverifiable" because they are false or all people that would verify them have been silenced in one way or another, I don't know :-)
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