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Travel app maker PhantomAlert has been given a third chance to show Google-owned Waze infringed its copyright after a US court accepted that its Points of Interest database qualifies for copyright protection.
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Google; Waze; PhantomAlert; US District Court for the Northern District of California; Points of Interest; travel apps