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Old 05-05-2012, 07:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Oracle v. Google judge asks for comment on EU court ruling

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The copyright phase of the Oracle v. Google trial is winding down. While the world waits for a jury verdict on the facts, the judge overseeing the case is wrestling with the complexities of the law. Oracle has argued that the "structure, sequence and organization" of the Java API is eligible for copyright protection, while Google disagrees.

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Nice i really hate language API patent issues. Still 'java on android' is wrong, rather java lang compiler(without some libs) is more applicable.


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