Decoded: Technology Law Insights, Volume 2, Issue 7

Supreme Court Rules in Google’s Favor in Copyright Dispute with Oracle Over Android Software -

After the Supreme Court's April 6 decision in Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc., 141 S.Ct. 1183 (2021), the computer software and programming industry can breathe a tentative sigh of relief and perhaps sleep more soundly. This case, lasting more than 10 years and going two rounds through the District and Federal Courts of Appeal, has been the focus in an ongoing battle over the scope of copyright protection and fair use for software interfaces and their underlying code.

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