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Old 02-13-2020, 06:14 PM   #1
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LXer: Oracle tells Supremes: Fair use? Pah! There's nothing fair about 'Google's copying'


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Should they be allowed to grab our stuff just cos it's 'popular' and it works?Not to be outdone by Google in ominous warnings over the future of software, Oracle has declared to American Supreme Court justices that no company would make an "enormous investment" like it did in Java SE if rivals get a free pass to copy code simply because it is "popular" and "functional".

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