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+ - Jury Rules Google Violated Java Copyright, Google Moves for Mistrial-> 1

Submitted by eldavojohn
eldavojohn (898314) writes "Details are thin but the long covered Oracle Vs Google trial has at least partially been decided in favor of Oracle against Google violating copyrights in Android when when it used Java APIs to design the system. Google moved for a mistrial after hearing the incomplete decision. The patent infringement accusations have yet to be ruled upon."
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Jury Rules Google Violated Java Copyright, Google Moves for Mistrial

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  • How about mentioning that they waffled on the decision?
    Q1a: yes
    Q2a (fair use): unanswered
    most of the rest: basically in google's favor (aside from timsort's inclusion)
    ruled not in google's favor: that sun's statements were enough to decide that they didn't need a license.

    etc.

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