Google seeks judicial review over Java APIs case with Oracle

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Google seeks judicial review over Java APIs case with Oracle

Google asks court for clarification over Java API ruling that could affect the global software industry

Google has written to the Supreme Court asking for clarification over last year's software APIs copyright ruling. The company has used a legal mechanism called ‘certiorari', a process for seeking judicial...

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