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Daily Report: An Inconclusive Verdict for Google and Oracle

In a split decision that all but guaranteed continuing litigation, a Federal District Court jury in San Francisco on Monday decided that Google infringed on the overall structure of software copyrights held by Oracle, but also said that Google had not violated other important parts of Oracle's software known as Java.
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