"Oracle's long-running lawsuit against Google has raised two contentious questions. The first is whether application programming interfaces (APIs) should be copyrightable at all. The second is whether, if they are copyrightable, repurposing portions of those APIs can be done without a license in the name of "fair use.""
Friday, June 3, 2016
The Google/Oracle decision was bad for copyright and bad for software; Ars Technica, 6/2/16
Peter Bright, Ars Technica; The Google/Oracle decision was bad for copyright and bad for software: