Jury declines to rule on fair use in Oracle v Google
A US jury has found that Google infringed “the overall structure, sequence and organization” of 37 of Oracle’s copyrighted Application Programming Interface (API) packages
But the San Francisco jury could not decide whether Google’s use of those works constituted fair use under US law.
It also found that Google’s use of the documentation for those 37...
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