Fair Use: Google prevails in software dispute

On April 5, the U.S. Supreme Court decided a copyright dispute that raged for more than a decade between Google and Oracle America.At the heart of the dispute was Google’s copying of portions of code providing Application Programming Interfaces (API’s) for the Java SE program. Oracle, through its purchase of Sun Microsystems, owns the rights in Java SE. Oracle sought to recover billions of dollars …

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