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How an Oracle win over Google could set the software industry back to the licensing age

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How an Oracle win over Google could set the software industry back to the licensing age

Oracle thinks it wants to squeeze Google for Java copyright infringement, but it shouldn't. The future of software is about APIs and the cloud, not licensing.

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