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Oracle's 'Gamechanger' Evidence Really Just Evidence Of Oracle Lawyers Failing To Read

It's the case that will never die. As you may recall, over the summer, Oracle asked Judge William Alsup for yet another trial over Google's copying of some Java APIs in Android, claiming that Google had failed to disclose that Android apps would work on Chromebooks. At a hearing last month it seemed very possible that Alsup would order another trial, but (thankfully!) he has now denied Oracle's request for the same exact reason he denied their first request for another trial at the beginning of the summer.
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