And we thought Java API’s were open?

Oracle vs. Google is truly one of the most amazing IP battles that I have personally observed in the recent past. What millions of developers and customers would have literally thought to have been considered open Application Programming Interfaces (API’s) when it comes to JAVA, is potentially turning out to be proprietary from the perspective of Federal Circuit. This is really an example of a fantastic unsettling discussion that Copyright Infringement always leads one to. The present post would be kept relatively brief given that the magnitude of the case, and potential implications it can have on thousands of software... Read More