Court fails to reach final judgement in the case of Google, Oracle

Posted: May 17, 2012 in Google
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The Court failed in a final adjudication in the case of Google, Oracle launched its last month. It was expected that the Tribunal shall render its final decision yesterday in case alleging Oracle that Google violated which holds two patents related to interfaces for the Java language code in the Android system. Although the jury has reached a decision that Google violated already patented Oracle, but the story was deadlocked not yet.

The story is not over because the jury failed to confirm whether using techniques called Oracle as “ ” is protected within the stolen defines fair use in the United States.

Fair use is a term used in American law requiring under certain conditions that are entitled to use the work archive copyright under certain conditions specified without this user is against the law or breach of copyright.

Google says in its defence that the code used for interfaces within the fair use policy was because thanks to Android has raised the importance of Java developers interest (this is without a doubt), said that the view of Android Java this success in mobile phones, let alone what Google used is a set of open source codes and available free to all. This is the company that used must be protected by fair use law even if proved that the violation by way of special copyright baurakl.

Google said that they used those codes for a completely different product industry significantly from its original form, thus the final product which was distinctive, different and not a copy and paste “ ” or “ ” tradition. This is a point that stands in favor of Google of course.

Now because the jury was unable to reach unanimity, Google seeks to claim invalidity of the Court, which is a great opportunity that is approved by the judge because of jury confusion and conflicting views. Invalidity of the Court means that the Court will consider the case further, but time will be weighted has tended rather to Google in the new Court that the first court was not capable of adjudication “ ” Google makes.


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