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Google has been a dealt a blow in its copyright battle with Oracle after the US government said that the country’s Supreme Court should deny the search company’s petition to hear the dispute.
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Google; Oracle; Java software; Android; US Supreme Court; Donald Verrilli; copyright; computer software