1. Oracle strikes back at Google in Supreme Court copyright case  The Verge
  2. Oracle v. Google Java copyright battle enters final round  InfoWorld
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Oracle has filed a response in Google v. Oracle, a long-running copyright case involving Java APIs and Android that will be argued in front of the Supreme Court next month.Oracle claims Google committed an "egregious act of plagiarism"

Oracle strikes back at Google in Supreme Court copyright case - The Verge

Oracle has filed an argument brief with the Supreme Court in advance of the March 24 court dateOracle has filed an argument brief with the Supreme Court in advance of the March 24 court date

Oracle v. Google Java copyright battle enters final round | InfoWorld

“Oracle filed Supreme Court response to Google. "Sun stood for openness and interoperability. Oracle has maintained that principled stance. Google stole [Java], broke interoperability, baked it into its proprietary Android OS, & made tens of billions of $." https://t.co/2JOv0L30X6”

Stephen Shankland on Twitter: "Oracle filed Supreme Court response to Google. "Sun stood for openness and interoperability. Oracle has maintained that principled stance. Google stole [Java], broke interoperability, baked it into its proprietary Android OS, & made tens of billions of $." https://t.co/2JOv0L30X6… https://t.co/z4oICz7xFc"