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In ‘Google,’ justices stop just shy of declaring software APIs uncopyrightable (access required)

By Rackham Karlsson Tech companies take notice: The copyrightability of software application programming interfaces, or APIs, is on shaky constitutional ground. Google LLC v. Oracle America Inc., the most closely watched copyright case in recent memory, called on the U.S. Supreme Court to determine whether software APIs are copyrightable and, if so, whether Google’s admitted copying of ...

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