US Supreme Court to hear Google’s bid on Oracle Android OS copyright suit


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US Supreme Court to hear Google’s bid on Oracle Android OS copyright suit

Late on Friday, the 15th of November 2019, the US Supreme Court had ruled a verdict saying that it had agreed to listen to Google LLC.’s bid against Oracle Corp.’s multi-billion-dollar lawsuit which had accused the world’s No.

1 internet service provider of infringing copyright law to build the Android operating system that Oracle had claimed to have developed over its coding blueprints. In point of fact, latest Google LLC. appeal against a lower court ruling comes over the heels of a suit filed by the Oracle Corp.

seeking a lump-sum of $8 billion due to infringement of copyright law on Google’s Android Operating System, which Oracle had claimed to have built upon its core architecture as beforementioned. However, although a US court had cleared Google LLC.

from the Oracle lawsuit back in the 2016s, but a US court of Appeals in the Federal Circuit of Washington had overruled that decision back in 2018 and ruled that Google’s usage of Oracle code in its Android Software, that was being run in millions of smartphones around the world, did not oblige to a fair usage of US copyright law.

Nonetheless, according to latest verdict of a US lower appeal court, the prosecutors would hear arguments from both sides under current terms, while a verdict was expected by the end of June 2020.