Google vs. Oracle: SCOTUS Settles $9 Billion Landmark Copyright Case

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In a closely-watched case due to its far-reaching implications, the U.S. Supreme Court sided with Google in its long-running battle with Oracle, saying Google did not violate any laws when it used 11,000 lines of Oracle's code to develop its Android operating system. The 6-2 decision will affect how software is built as well as impact future court cases. Read more about Oracle's nearly ten-year lawsuit against Google here.

Google vs. Oracle: SCOTUS Settles $9 Billion Landmark Copyright Case

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