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+ - No Patent Infringement Found in Oracle vs. Google->

Submitted by sl4shd0rk
sl4shd0rk (755837) writes "Today, the jury in the Oracle vs. Google trial found Google innocent on infringement claims. The jury deliberated about 30 minutes to reach the verdict bringing an end to the second phase of the trial, and a beginning to the damage phase which may be very little of what Oracle orginally asked for. Still no word on API copyright issues. Judge Alsup will be ruling on that in the near future and certainly have an impact on the dev community."
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No Patent Infringement Found in Oracle vs. Google

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