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Friday, 15 November 2019
US Supreme Court will hear Google v. Oracle Copyright Suit
The United States Supreme Court has just granted review of the Google v. Oracle Copyright law suit. This is a huge case concerning copyrightability and the scope of fair use of software. Additional information, including briefs, can be found at the SCOTUS blog, here. Hat tip to Dmitry Karshtedt.
Posted by Mike Mireles at 19:33:00
Labels: api, application programmers interface, copyright, fair use, Google, interoperability, merger, method of operation, oracle, software
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