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Friday, June 1, 2012

Judge deals deathblow to Oracle in Google fight





Google will not have to pay Oracle anything for violating 37 Java copyrights, because they are not copyrightable, a federal judge ruled Thursday.

The ruling -- the final verdict in a landmark court case between two Silicon Valley titans -- affirms the industry's long-held belief that certain key bits of software code that help applications talk to one another are fair game for anyone to use.

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