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Legal Analysis of Oracle v. Google

August 19th, 2010 08:06 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

snydeq writes “InfoWorld’s Martin Heller provides an in-depth analysis of Oracle’s legal argument against Google, a suit that includes seven alleged counts of software process patent infringement and one count of copyright infringement. ‘Oracle’s desired relief is drastic: not just permanent injunctions, but destruction of all copies that violate copyright (thus, wiping all Android devices), plus triple damages and legal costs. Also, it demands a jury trial,’ Heller writes, and while this amounts mainly to saber-rattling, the Supreme Court’s recent Bilski ruling did not completely invalidate software process patents despite their shaky ground due to prior art.”

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