SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Google in Copyright Dispute

In a 6-2 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States has ruled in favor of Google in its multi-billion dollar copyright lawsuit with Oracle. The lawsuit involves a dispute over code used for Google’s Android operating system, in which Oracle alleged Google had illegally copied its own code. However, the Supreme Court found that Google’s use of Oracle’s code fit under the “fair use” exception of copyright law, protecting it from any copyright claims. Continue reading “SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Google in Copyright Dispute”