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Oracle v. Google Judge Writes the Book on Software Programming Copyright – For Now, Anyway

The trial in the dispute between Oracle and Google over the use of Java technology in the Android operating system is over, and the greatly anticipated ruling on copyright in the Java Application Programming Interface (API) has issued. The court ruled that the elements of the Java API, including the structure, sequence and organization, are … Continue Reading

European Court of Justice Rules on Copyright Status of Computer Programming Languages and Functionality

In a jury room in San Francisco, jurors in Oracle, Inc. v. Google, Inc. have been toiling over complicated issues related to the copyrightability of the Java computer programming language, and they may well return a verdict before the ink is dry on this post. We’ll write more about that case, which the judge has … Continue Reading
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