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U.S. District Judge William Alsup of the Northern District of California holds that the 37 APIs that Oracle -- and a jury -- said Google infringed can't be protected under copyright law
Originally Published: The Recorder
U.S. District Judge William Alsup holds that the 37 APIs that Oracle -- and a jury -- said Google infringed can't be protected under copyright law
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Very quietly, Oracle is once again leading all Silicon Valley tech companies in spending on lobbying in Washington. It would seem that the lobbying crown would go to a company like Google which is un
Oracle and other Silicon Valley giants are making Congress their new stomping ground, with expensive (and effective) lobbying campaigns, reports sibling publication The Recorde
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