I guess that is what the 50 million was for.
Leave it to them to do something like this. They might be able to get some businesses to drop it, but did they forget about the millions of home users? Linux not free? The only way they can do that is by filiing suits against this code that is suppose to be their's and only thier's. I wouldn't put it past them to do such a thing, but everybody knows as well as anybody else that new code will be written in less then a month not even showing a skidmark of that supposive threat.
No amount of blood money will make me uninstall Fedora !!