Google's copying of Oracle API code did not violate federal copyright laws says US Supreme Court

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Allowing enforcement of Oracle's copyright would risk harm to the public, the court rules

The US Supreme Court on Monday handed a major victory to Alphabet's Google in a decade-long battle over its use of Oracles' Java application programming interface (API) code in building the Android...

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