"Today’s jury verdict that Android does not infringe Oracle’s patents was a victory not just for Google but the entire Android ecosystem."
Groklaw - Day 23, From the Courtroom: Oracle v. Google Trial - Jury: No Patent Infringement ~pj
And so it begins in the Oracle v. Google trial's jury deliberations. Robert Van Nest is in the house for Google. The lawyers confer, and then tell the judge that neither side understands the quest...
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- You are right; IP for tech is a mess (a long with copyright for alot of things -- example, did you know the original Mickey Mouse vids are still under copyright? These are the steam boat willy ones which are ... umm ... like 50 years old ... what the heck as well).May 23, 2012
- More about 100 years old.May 23, 2012
- The case also hopefully brought to light the importance of having attorneys (and indeed, plaintiffs, in some cases) who actually fully understand the issues being debated. It was certainly refreshing at least to learn that the judge did. Glad to see a win not only for Google and for the Android ecosystem, but for what really should be common sense.May 23, 2012
- Et voilà.May 23, 2012
- Just saw someone else post this image: https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-2ktpc4T9Mt4/T706UUYrstI/AAAAAAAAWeA/x6ECNEXt0PY/w497-h373/colbert.gif
(why doesn't G+ convert a GIF to an image?)May 23, 2012
- Hehe, right -- its old. =)
Because its a reply; cannot add images to replys :PMay 23, 2012