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Old 05-16-2016, 08:00 PM   #1
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LXer: At trial, top Android coder explains Oracle’s questions on “scrubbed” source code

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On Friday, Oracle's lawyer had asked Bornstein about e-mails in which he had told his colleagues to avoid using any code from a project called GNU Classpath, "because it was covered by an incompatible license." Oracle's point seemed to be that Bornstein and other Googlers only followed licensing rules when it suited them.This morning, Anderson pulled up the same e-mails about Classpath.



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