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Supreme Court asks DOJ to weigh in on Google-Oracle
By Thom Holwerda on 2015-01-12 20:11:36

The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Obama administration for its views on an appeals court's conclusion that Oracle's Java application programming interfaces are protected by copyright.

The move (PDF) by the justices indicates that the high court is interested in the hotly contested intellectual property dispute. But whether the Supreme Court will enter the legal thicket won't be announced until after the administration responds in the coming months.

Yes, this Oracle idiocy is still a thing.

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