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Google Beats Oracle In Long-Running Java Copyright Case

Reversing a reversal of its initial victory, Google once again has prevailed against Oracle's claim that Android infringes its Java copyrights.

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Charlie Babcock
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5/27/2016 | 11:39:33 AM
It's not over, of course
It is going to take many court decisions to establish that Java APIs are public facing code that must be available for all parties to use. So let's go to whatever has to be the next step.
Michelle
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Michelle,
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5/29/2016 | 5:45:34 PM
Re: It's not over, of course
I wonder how much longer the fight will continue. I wonder too how far-reaching some of these court decisions will become. 
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