Tag Archives: Oracle

Ask Dr. Copyright – Oracle Prevails over Google

 Dear Doc: I’ve always heard that Yogi Berra said, “It ain’t over ’till it’s over.”  I’ve also heard (not to engage in body-image shaming) that, “It’s not over ’till the fat lady sings.” Now I hear that the copyright case … Continue reading

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The COPYKAT delves into the Oracle for a glimpse of the true part of copyright

Oracle and Google Dispute Over the Use of API’s is Not Over YetThe dispute between Oracle and Google over Google’s use of copyrighted Java application programming interfaces (APIs) to design the Android operating system has reached another stage. The case which … Continue reading

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Oracle v. Google Again: The Unicorn of a Fair Use Jury Reversal

It's been about two years, so I guess it was about time to write about Oracle v. Google. The trigger this time: in a blockbuster opinion (and I never use that term), the Federal Circuit has overturned a jury verdict … Continue reading

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Oracle v. Google – Oracle Specifies Claims It Will Assert

As required by the court, Oracle has now reduced the claims it will assert at trial to 15. 471 [PDF] Or is it 26? With a bit of semantic slight of hand Oracle maintains that the 26 claims are really … Continue reading

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Oracle – Another World's Most Ethical FCPA Violator?

Another FCPA investigation in the works: Yesterday, Joe Palazzolo and Samuel Rubenfeld broke the story in the Wall Street Journal, "U.S. Probes Oracle Dealings," that "U.S. authorities are investigating whether Oracle Corp., one of the world's largest software companies by … Continue reading

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