ICYMI: Fast Company: Here’s why Google’s Supreme Court win over Oracle matters

April 5, 2021

Mark Sullivan | April 5, 2021

“After failing in its attempt to obtain a license, Google simply stole 11,500 lines of Oracle’s Java computer code to start Android,” says Mike Davis, founder and president of the Internet Accountability Project. “Google claims this theft was ‘fair use’ under our nation’s copyright laws—essentially claiming it was for the greater good. Unfortunately, a majority of the Supreme Court bought Google’s argument.”

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