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Supreme Court rules in Google’s favor in copyright dispute with Oracle over Android software – CNBC

The Supreme Court on Monday sided with Google against Oracle in a long-running copyright dispute.

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The Supreme Court on Monday sided with Google against Oracle in a long-running copyright dispute over the software used in Android, the mobile operating system.
The court’s decision was 6-2. Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who was not yet confirmed by the Senate when the case was argued in October, did not participate in the case.
The case concerned about 12,000 lines of code that Google used to build Android that were copied from the Java application programming interface developed by Sun Microsystems,…

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