SCOTUS Hands Google Victory in Major Copyright Case

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By Andrew Chung5 Min Read(Reuters) ‑The U.S. Supreme Court hand­ed Alpha­bet Inc’s Google a major vic­to­ry on Mon­day, rul­ing that its use of Ora­cle Corp’s soft­ware code to build the Android oper­at­ing sys­tem that runs most of the world’s smart­phones did not vio­late fed­er­al copy­right law.FILE PHOTO: The Google logo is dis­played out­side the com­pa­ny offices in New York, U.S., June 4, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Pho­toIn a 6–2 deci­sion, the jus­tices over­turned a low­er court’s rul­ing that Google’s inclu­sion of Oracle’s soft­ware code in Android did not con­sti­tute a fair …

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