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Google guilty of infringement in Oracle trial arstechnica.com
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In what could be a major blow to Android, Google's mobile operating system, a San Francisco jury issued a verdict today that the company broke copyright laws when it used Java APIs to design the system. The ruling is a partial victory for Oracle, which accused Google of violating copyright law. But the jury couldn't reach agreement on a second issue—whether Google had a valid "fair use" defense when it used the APIs. Continue Reading

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