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Does Google Pin Copyright Violations On the ASF?

January 21st, 2011 01:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “Florian Mueller claims to have produced new evidence that he believes supports Oracle’s case against Google on the copyright side of the lawsuit. Oracle originally presented one example to the court, and that file was found to have been part of older Android distributions, with an Apache license header. Mueller has just published six more files of that kind and believes the Apache Software Foundation will disown those just like the first one because those were never part of the Apache Harmony code base. Furthermore, various source files from the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit were found in the Android codebase, containing a total of 38 copyright notices that mark them as proprietary and confidential, but Google apparently published their source code regardless.”

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