Google plans to fight Oracle's copyright lawsuit against Android in the Supreme Court

Google plans to fight Oracle's copyright lawsuit against Android in the Supreme Court


Oracle's copyright suit against Google for using Java APIs in Android has been an ongoing feud since 2010, and the stakes are only about to get higher. The Federal Circuit denied Google's appeal Tuesday of a March decision that found Google's use of Oracle's Java APIs was not fair use. Now, Google has stated it will take the case to the Supreme Court.


"We are disappointed that the Federal Circuit overturned the jury finding that Java is open and free for everyone.

Read More

Google plans to fight Oracle's copyright lawsuit against Android in the Supreme Court was written by the awesome team at Android Police.