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Understanding the Oracle vs. Google Android Patent Lawsuit

 
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Much has been made over the litigation between Oracle and Google. Is it about Java? Is it about open source software (OSS)? Is it about compatibility? JavaFX? JavaME? Well, not really. It's about the patents, and to a lesser extent, copyright.

Here's a key article over at TheServerSide.com that demystifies the Oracle vs. Google lawsuit, and puts the patent litigation into perspective. Are these patents valid? Are they novel and non-obvoius? You be the judge.

Understanding the Oracle Android Lawsuit: Patent Litigation Made Easy

There's also a good article or two on the copyright infringement claims that Oracle is making as well.

Did Google Android Violate Sun & Oracle Copyright on Java?
 
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Thanks for posting, Cameron. Interesting articles.
 
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