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In Split Decision, Jury Finds Google Infringes Oracle’s Java

In a split decision likely to please almost no one, the jury hearing Oracle‘s patent infringement lawsuit against Google found instances of infringement, but couldn’t decide if the company is protected under the “fair use” doctrine. As the Wall Street Journal and others are reporting, they jury found that Google’s Android did in fact use [...]
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