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Poston Thu, 09 Oct 2014 8:42 am

Google asked the Supreme Court of the United States to intercede in the dispute litigation against Oracle, arguing that the Court needs to act to protect innovation in high technology.
Google's request, made on Monday (8), aims to reverse a decision of a Court of appeal according to which Oracle may require copyright parts of the Java programming language, used by Google to draw your operating system for smartphones, Android.
Oracle and Google representatives did not respond immediately to requests for comment.
Android is the most sold Smartphone platform in the world. Oracle sued Google in 2010, alleging that the company improperly incorporated parts of the Java language on Android. Oracle seeks damages of $ 1 billion alleging copyright infringement.
The case analyses if computational languages that connect programs – known as an interface between application and programming, or APIs, the acronym in English-may be subject to copyrights.
A federal judge in San Francisco ruled that Oracle couldn't ask for copyright by parts of Java, but earlier this year the Appeals Court of the circuit of Washington disagreed.
In the document delivered this week, Google said that the company would not have been able to innovate if the Federal Circuit decision had been applied when the company emerged.

Source: http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/tec/2014/1 ... acle.shtml
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Poston Thu, 09 Oct 2014 8:44 am

And the arm wrestling continues ...
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