Android doesn't infringe on Oracle copyrights, jury finds

Android doesn't infringe on Oracle copyrights, jury finds

Google emerged victorious in courtroom this afternoon, after a jury discovered that its use of Java APIs in Android does not infringe on Oracle’s copyrights. The 2 corporations have been battling it out over the previous few years, principally as a result of Oracle believes it deserves a slice of Android’s income. Had the trial gone the opposite means, Oracle might have requested for as a lot as $9 billion in damages, Ars Technica reviews.

BREAKING: Jury guidelines in favor of Google on truthful use in Oracle courtroom battle.

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