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Google's fight with Oracle will be heard in the Supreme Court

engadget Saturday, 16 November 2019 ()
Google is getting one more shot at fending off Oracle's Android copyright claims. The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear Google's appeal of a federal appeals court ruling that Android violated Oracle copyright by using Java code without a license....
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