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Oracle gets another shot at making Google pay for using its code in Android

10
May
2014

Oh, you thought Oracle and Googles heated legal battle was over? Not quite: the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) overturned a lower courts decision that Oracles Java APIs werent copyrightable. This means that Oracle gets another shot at making Mountain View pay for its alleged transgressions, assuming Google cant prove that its use of the APIs in Android falls under the fair use doctrine of US copyright law.

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